Witnessed in the scholarly lectures of the Atlas Group's The Loudest Muttering Is Over: Case Studies from the Atlas Group Archive, performed by Walid Raad, images become part of a larger political dramaturgy of history as pedagogy that simultaneously produces memory, language, and the authoritative historian's voice, through a misfiling of crucial information—further blurring the lines between reality and fiction.

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