Allegories of Communication: Intermedial Concerns from Cinema to the Digital

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John Fullerton, Jan Olsson
Indiana University Press, 2004 - 342 pagine
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Allegories of Communication provides insights into the shifting configurations of moving-image technologies. Contributors focus on technological change and the intermedial aspects of moving images from a variety of perspectives underscoring the need for cross-disciplinary dialogue. They discuss hardware concerns, questions of styles, reception patterns, and the cultural and social underpinnings of mediated vision. The distinction between the analog and the digital offers a focal point with implications for the charting of movements from the turn of one century to the next.

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on travelling visions and intermedial displacements
3
the telephone and the circuits of modernity
19
Documentary disavowals or the digital documentary and postmodernity
39
studies in domestic space travels
55
Marey the analytic and the digital
83
picturing time in the era of new media
93
the movement of the video
105
Storage simultaneity and the media technologies of modernity
123
Probe technologies and deep texts as industrial geography lessons
193
on the origins of the moving panorama
215
Strindbergs protocinematic figurations
249
the cinema and new mobilities of spectatorship
263
microscopic objects on screen
277
the spectacle of kissing on stage and screen
299
the early 1910s
321
Index
333

telephone and radio compete for the talkies
141
coming to cinematographic terms with telephony
157

Parole e frasi comuni

Informazioni sull'autore (2004)

John Fullerton is Professor of Cinema Studies at Stockholm University.

Jan Olsson is Professor of Cinema Studies at Stockholm University.

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