The 10th anniversary of 9/11 naturally creates lots of buzz. Most mainstream media focus on the emotions that the attack brought and on the memories people have from that day. From The Guardian (with an interactive wall of peoples memories) to The New York Times (with info-graphics showing where people were, what they felt and how they look at things now) looking into the past seems the way to go.

And then there is artist Scott Blake who, with his 9/11 Flipbook, wants to start a new conversation. His aim is not to make people recall memories but to initiate a critical discussion about the role of the media in sensationalizing the tragedy.