Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest

‘Drone Vision’ addresses questions of how visibility and verticality are intrinsic to drone technology and its meanings for artistic and political praxis. This book is based on the two-year research project ‘Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest’  – a collaborative initiative between Valand, Gothenburg University, and the Hasselblad Foundation. Led by Dr. Sarah Tuck, the research project explores the affective meanings of drone technologies on photography and human rights.