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Nothing can gather a family like sitting for a photo session, and nothing can keep others out of the picture like the postulated unit of the family photo. The family photo is – also in this case and more than ever - exclusive and not inclusive.
This is an analysis of a poster campaign, which the Danish Populist Party (Dansk Folkeparti) ran I the summer of 2016. What does the poster do in the digital area? Why are they gathered like on a scene? Why a white background? All in all, the owls are not what they seem to be.
This article has appeared in a Danish Journal. It will now appear in an American (All Rigt Research) and a Swedish Journal (Nordicom).
|Publication date||4 Jan 2017|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Jan 2017|
This article has appeared in a Danish Journal. It will now appear in an American (All Rigt Research) and a Swedish Journal (Nordicom) in an extented and revised version.
- Faculty of Humanities - aesthetics, posters, populism, Dansk Folkeparti, family photos, naionalism, borders, emmigrants, images