This essay places Yoneda's photographic work and exhibited artefacts 'Scene' within a critical framework examining the art historical notion of 'the sublime', and how writers such as W G Sebald have used photographs as vehicles to touch on our collective amnesia of trauma and history.
|Title of host publication||Art In The Age Of Terrorism|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Paul Holberton Publishing|
|Pages||196 – 202|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2005|
Moreton, G. (2005). Art In The Age of Terrorism: Terror Unscene: Meditations on Tomoko Yoneda's Photography. In G. Coulter-Smith (Ed.), Art In The Age Of Terrorism (pp. 196 – 202). Paul Holberton Publishing.