Ana Paula da Rosa 168 infantis como símbolos de conflitos? E 2) como a atribuição de valor nas interações demanda novas táticas para constituir uma condição de visibilidade? Como aportes teóricos mobili- zamos os conceitos de rostidade e de alteridade em Lévinas (1980), a abordagem da circulação (FAUSTO NETO, 2013; ROSA, 2019), além de um tensionamento sobre dois conceitos em elaboração: o contra-agenciamento (ROSA, 2020b) e a condição de visibilidade. Palavras-chave: Imagem. Midiatização. Circulação. Alteridade. Abstract: This article aims to discuss the transformation pro- cesses that society has been going through, in particular due to the context of mediatization. The logics of mediatization, beyond the media, are increasingly learned by subjects who ascend to the discursive space. That is, visibility criteria, op- erations and tactics of exposition / erasure and circularity of meanings become elements in the interactions, guiding differ- ent actions. Thus, in this work, we discuss the knowledge in circulation about the circulation of images. Our focus is on understanding how the “learning” of mediatization logics affects the circulation of meanings about conflicts, especially the cir- culation of children’s faces. Our investigation case is made up of a set of images in which children have their faces disclosed as opposed to a set of denied, non-pregnant faces. In this sense, the provocation we raise here is divided into two axes: 1) how does mediatization logic affect the display of children’s faces as symbols of conflict? And 2) how does establishing value in interactions demand new tactics to constitute a condition of visibility? As theoretical contributions, we mobilized the concepts of rostity and alterity in Lévinas (1980), the circula- tion approach (FAUSTO NETO, 2013; ROSA, 2019), in addition to tensioning two concepts in preparation: counter-agency (ROSA, 2020) and the condition of visibility. Keywords: Images. Mediatization. Circulation. Alterity.