Ethical issues concerning the visual representation of Shatila refugee camp
Ng, Hwee Chin
Date of Issue2017-06-05
School of Art, Design and Media
This paper is an exploration of the ethical issues concerning the visual representation of Shatila Camp through the triple lens of Orientalism, the philosophical tenets of the homo sacer and bare life by Giorgio Agamben, and Emmanuel Lévinas’ concept of the face and responsibility for the other.
DRNTU::Visual arts and music::General