"Computer-generated history": Zur paradoxen Dualität von Populärkultur und Zeitgeschichte in Jon Haddocks Screenshots

Reinhard Prosch


Jon Haddock's body of work is not only a skillful exploration into the realm of the creative possibilities of Computer-generated Imagery, but also a provocative contemplation on contemporary America. Through a comprehensive analysis of Haddock's series of images entitled Screenshots, this essay argues for an integration of computer and video game culture into the academic discourse of American Visual Culture studies.

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