Jussi Parikka Unpacks the Industrialized Vision of Late German Filmmaker Harun Farocki

“Numbers count landscapes and what moves through them; they count routes and their optimal relations; they count possibilities and potentials, and numbers are the backbone of both images and industrialization.”
– Media theorist Jussi Parikka, on the overarching quantification, “large-scale systems, logistics, and abstractions” of industrialized vision. An excerpt from his forthcoming book Operational Images: From the Visual to the Invisual, Parikka ruminates on the distinct visual language and enduring legacy of late German filmmaker Harun Farocki.
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