A rich ethnographic study, Shimmering Screens examines the productive, and sometimes problematic, conjunctions of technology, culture, and imagination in contemporary Yolngu life. Jennifer Deger offers a new perspective to ongoing debates regarding “media imperialism.” Reconsidering assumptions about the links between representation, power, and “the gaze,” she proposes the possibility of a more mutual relationship between subject, image, and viewer.
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