The death of Fabienne Cherisma, from the series Haiti, 2010, © Nathan Weber/NBW Photo.
This is a response by Anonymous User to January 2015

I'd like to echo Fred Ritchin's response that, "Given all the many digital tools at hand, it is a pity that the interested reader is not given more to think about." Yet I would also like to question the importance of the "interested reader" -- or a (Western) audience, in general. What determines our interest in these places at these times? Tragedies must be made visible -- but how is our understanding of such places affected when they are only made visible during tragedy?