Following on from the research talk by Andrea Norrington I decided to use her 30 second rule to take notes immediately after seeing or reading something. This way I might actually do it (and remember things). So:
I watched a video on Ashley Gilbertson talking about his book Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot about the 2nd Gulf War in Iraq on VII.
- An intelligent, articulate, angry photographer
- Images that show war not just in the gory details but in the personal snippets
- ‘It was their war until someone died for me then it became my war’
- What you do should not change things (for the worse)
- Wait for something to happen rather than set it up
- Hopefully bearing witness will allow people to understand that most people kill for an ideology not for the personal things (and that everybody has the same personal truths – family, home)