232 страниц. 2014 год. Scholars' Press Individual and Photomontage addresses the conceptual changes regarding individual identity through the history of technological imagery, from photography and its early use as a social control tool to current visual technologies applied to fields as diverse at the medical, artistic, entertainment and military. Individual and Photomontage is, without a doubt, a useful tool for researchers, students and, in general, all professionals involved with image making and interested in gaining a greater understanding of the nature, origin and purpose of graphic tools. In this research work, Daniel Vega carries out a deep, didactic and essentially enjoyable analysis of topics including: history of photography as a tool for social control, the representation of the body in medical imagery, the historical evolution of graphic interfaces and the tense relationship that has always existed between art and science.