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Sunday, August 26 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Reading Horror

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In ‘The Dead Still Cry Out’ Helen Lewis writes about her father’s extraordinary experience photographing the liberation of Bergen Belsen. The child of Jewish refugees, Mike Lewis’ images shocked him and the world. Helen explores the issues around the use of photographs as source documents and considers the distinction between looking and seeing when it comes to images of atrocity. In our hyper image obsessed age and society, Lewis considers the ethics and aesthetics of viewing images of horror.

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Michaela Kalowski

Michaela Kalowski is a presenter, interviewer and facilitator. She has conducted radio interviews for ABC RN's The Music Show and Big Ideas and has presented programs on ABC RN, Classic FM & Local Radio. She regularly facilitates panels at Sydney Writers’ Festival, Sydney Jewish... Read More →

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Helen Lewis

Helen Lewis is a writer, editor and researcher who was born in the UK and moved to Australia when she was twenty-one. She lives in the hinterland of Eden, New South Wales, where she indulges her love of gardening.

Sunday August 26, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
Main Hall Waverley Library, 32/48 Denison St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia

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