Thinking Media Aesthetics. Media Studies, Film Studies and the Arts
Editor(s): Hausken, Liv
"Thinking Media Aesthetics. Media Studies, Film Studies and the Arts" brings together contributions from different disciplines from both sides of the Atlantic and from several generations. The book investigates the field between media studies, film and the arts and attempts to consolidate the fruitful interaction we have witnessed between the disciplines during the last decade into a focused interdisciplinary program that combines theoretical argumentation with exemplification and analysis of individual artworks and media phenomena.
Table Of Contents
- W. J. T. Mitchell: Foreword Media Aestehetics
- Liv Hausken: Introduction
- Samuel Weber: From Reflection to Repetition: Medium, Reflexivity and the Economy of the Self
- Ina Blom: Mediating Sociality: A Contested Question of Contemporary Art
- Mary Ann Doane: Has Time Become Space?
- Eivind Røssaak: The Moving Image in the Museum: Real-Time, Technology and the Spectator’s Cut
- Susanne Østby Sæther: “Are you talking to me?”. Spectatorship in Post-Cinema Art
- Liv Hausken: Doing Media Aesthetics: The Case of Alice Miceli’s 88 from 14.000
- Arild Fetveit: Medium-Specific Noise
- Dieter Daniels and Sandra Naumann: Shifting Aesthetics of Image-Sound Relations in the Interaction between Art, Technology, and Perception
- D. N. Rodowick: A Compass in a Moving World (on genres and genealogies of film theory)
Hausken, Liv (Hg.): Thinking Media Aesthetics. Media Studies, Film Studies and the Arts. Berlin: Peter Lang 2013. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3726/978-3-653-03162-1.