April 05, 2020

Book review – Visual Politics and North Korea: Seeing is Believing
Study underlines the connection between visual culture and international relations, offering new insights into North Korea
Recently a stop motion slide show appeared on the Internet, depicting Pyongyang as a city bustling with activity. This visual experiment makes pair with an ambitious project, called a Crow's Eye on the Peninsula, which premiered at the Biennale exhibition in Venice earlier this summer, winning first prize. Both instances testify to a public interest in North Korea that goes beyond military