Visualculture is the aspect of interpretation of culture in visual form. There is arising importance of understanding what we cannot see with our own eyes. Studyingof visual culture can be able to help us understand that. We cannot understandthe dangers of battle unless we are clearly shown what they can cause forexample, in the village earth presentation; we are given a clear picture of the500 million people in the world dealing with loneliness of imprisonment, dangerof battle, starvation and the agony of torture. This is something realhappening today in the world and with the aid of visual culture we are able tosee the clear mental picture. Also, 75% of the world is sleeping hungry andwith no roof over their heads.
These can be stated as statistics but withvisual culture comes the impact of feeling that which we cannot experience. Also,the world-as-a picture is replacing the world today as a text. The villageearth represents this wonderfully in the representation of a miniature earth ofonly 100 people. The different stats given and ratios provided are much clearerin picture form.
It is able to represent all-important aspects of the worldonly this time representing an earth with only 100 people. It is easier andclearer to learn, understand and comprehend details in picture form. Visual culturehelps us to understand more about factors presented to be able to understandways on how to solve them.