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Premodern Rulers and Postmodern Viewers
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Erscheinungsdatum: 04.06.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Premodern Rulers and Postmodern Viewers, Titelzusatz: Gender, Sex, and Power in Popular Culture, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018, Redaktion: Alvestad, Karl C. // North, Janice // Woodacre, Elena, Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Geschichte // Regionalgeschichte, Seiten: 376, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 486 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Premodern Rulers and Postmodern Viewers
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09.02.2018, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Premodern Rulers and Postmodern Viewers, Titelzusatz: Gender, Sex, and Power in Popular Culture, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2018 // 1st ed. 2018, Redaktion: Alvestad, Karl C. // North, Janice // Woodacre, Elena, Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Europa // Geschichte // Kulturgeschichte // Fernsehen // Privatfernsehen // TV // Film // Kritik // Rezeption // Theorie // Analyse // Geschichtsschreibung // Historiographie // Geschlechterforschung // Mittelalter // Radio // Radiotechnik // Hörfunk // Rundfunk // Privater Rundfunk // Sozialgeschichte, Rubrik: Geschichte // Regionalgeschichte, Seiten: 372, Informationen: HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 610 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Angelo Badalamenti's Soundtrack from Twin Peaks
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When Twin Peaks debuted on the ABC network on the night of April 8, 1990, thirty-five million viewers tuned in to some of the most unusual television of their lives. Centered on an eccentric, coffee-loving FBI agent's investigation into the murder of a small town teen queen, Twin Peaks brought the aesthetic of arthouse cinema to a prime time television audience and became a cult sensation in the process. Part of Twin Peaks' charm was its unforgettable soundtrack by Angelo Badalamenti, a longtime musical collaborator of film director and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch. Badalamenti's evocative music, with its haunting themes and jazzy moodscapes, served as a constant in a narrative that was often unhinged and went on to become one of the most popular and influential television soundtracks of all time. How did a unique collaborative process between a director and composer result in a perfectly postmodern soundtrack that ran the gamut of musical styles from jazz to dreamy pop to synthesizer doom and beyond? And how did Badalamenti's musical cues work with Twin Peaks' visuals, constantly evolving and playing off viewers' expectations and associations? Under the guidance of Angelo Badalamenti's beautifully dark sonic palette, Clare Nina Norelli delves deep into the world of Twin Peaks to answer all this and more.

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Angelo Badalamenti's Soundtrack from Twin Peaks
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When Twin Peaks debuted on the ABC network on the night of April 8, 1990, thirty-five million viewers tuned in to some of the most unusual television of their lives. Centered on an eccentric, coffee-loving FBI agent's investigation into the murder of a small town teen queen, Twin Peaks brought the aesthetic of arthouse cinema to a prime time television audience and became a cult sensation in the process. Part of Twin Peaks' charm was its unforgettable soundtrack by Angelo Badalamenti, a longtime musical collaborator of film director and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch. Badalamenti's evocative music, with its haunting themes and jazzy moodscapes, served as a constant in a narrative that was often unhinged and went on to become one of the most popular and influential television soundtracks of all time. How did a unique collaborative process between a director and composer result in a perfectly postmodern soundtrack that ran the gamut of musical styles from jazz to dreamy pop to synthesizer doom and beyond? And how did Badalamenti's musical cues work with Twin Peaks' visuals, constantly evolving and playing off viewers' expectations and associations? Under the guidance of Angelo Badalamenti's beautifully dark sonic palette, Clare Nina Norelli delves deep into the world of Twin Peaks to answer all this and more.

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Errol Morris and the Art of History
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The work of documentary director Errol Morris can be approached in a variety of ways as it intersects and engages with many of the major themes of film and television scholarship genre, authorship, and historical representation. But while his work exposes debates within film and documentary studies, it also calls up major elements of postmodern debate within the historical discipline. Morris makes historical documentaries that do not simply render a (hi)story visually, he also attempts to draw viewers' attention to the conventions and construction of both visual media and of history. His work reveals both his keen awareness of postmodern historical debates, and a willingness to play, to confront basic assumptions, question boundaries, and to contribute to those debates. Dr. Fossen argues that Morris is a visual historian, his documentaries drawing as much from an understanding of historiographical debates as they do from Morris' knowledge and artistic approach to visual media. This book closely examines Morris' documentaries to consider the structure and strategies that characterise his work, and situate it within contemporary film and historical debates.

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ISBN Angelo Badalamenti's Soundtrack from Twin ...
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When Twin Peaks debuted on the ABC network on the night of April 8, 1990, thirty-five million viewers tuned in to some of the most unusual television of their lives. Centered on an eccentric, coffee-loving FBI agent's investigation into the murder of a small town teen queen, Twin Peaks brought the aesthetic of arthouse cinema to a prime time television audience and became a cult sensation in the process.Part of Twin Peaks' charm was its unforgettable soundtrack by Angelo Badalamenti, a longtime musical collaborator of film director and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch. Badalamenti's evocative music, with its haunting themes and jazzy moodscapes, served as a constant in a narrative that was often unhinged and went on to become one of the most popular and influential television soundtracks of all time. How did a unique collaborative process between a director and composer result in a perfectly postmodern soundtrack that ran the gamut of musical styles from jazz to dreamy pop to synthesizer doom and beyond? And how did Badalamenti's musical cues work with Twin Peaks' visuals, constantly evolving and playing off viewers' expectations and associations? Under the guidance of Angelo Badalamenti's beautifully dark sonic palette, Clare Nina Norelli delves deep into the world of Twin Peaks to answer all this and more.

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Time to Play
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'Play art' or interactive art is becoming a central concept in the contemporary art world, disrupting the traditional role of passive observance usually assumed by audiences, allowing them active participation. The work of 'play' artists - from Carsten Höller's 'Test Site' at the Tate Modern to Gabriel Orozco's 'Ping Pond Table' - must be touched, influenced and experienced; the gallery-goer is no longer a spectator but a co-creator. Time to Play explores the role of play as a central but neglected concept in aesthetics and a model for ground-breaking modern and postmodern experiments which have tended to blur the boundary between art and life. Moving freely between disciplines, Katarzyna Zimna links the theory and history of 20th and 21st century art with ideas developed within play, game and leisure studies, and the philosophical theories of Kant, Gadamer and Derrida, to critically engage with current discussion on the role of the artist, viewers, curators and their spaces of encounter.

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Hollywood Planet
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The popularity of American television programs and feature films in the international marketplace is widely recognized but scarcely understood. Existing studies have not sufficiently explained the global power of the American media nor its actual effects. In this volume, Scott Robert Olson tackles the issue head on, establishing his thesis that the United States' competitive advantage in the creation and global distribution of popular taste is due to a unique mix of cultural conditions that are conducive to the creation of 'transparent' texts--narratives whose inherent polysemy encourage diverse populations to read them as though they are indigenous. Olson posits that these narratives have meaning to so many different cultures because they allow viewers in those cultures to project their own values, archetypes, and tropes into the movie or television program in a way that texts imported from other cultures do not, thus enabling the import to function as though it were an indigenous product. As an innovative volume combining postcolonial and postmodern theory with global management strategic theory, Hollywood Planet is one of the first studies that attempts to account theoretically for numerous recent ethnographic studies that suggest different interpretations of television programs and film by a variety of international audiences. Relevant to studies in media theory and other areas of the communication discipline, as well as anthropology, sociology, and related fields, Hollywood Planet contains a powerful and original argument to explain the dominance of American media in the global entertainment market.

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Naïve and professional views of art and non-art
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How do we differentiate art from non-art pictures, and particularly, how do contemporary naïve people look at pairs of art and similarly looking snapshots, where the analysis of their eye movement recordings could reveal a difference in neuro-aesthetic perception between artful picture and snapshot? Remarkably, a significant difference between viewers' eye movement scanpaths of artful pictures compared to snapshots was not found. Naïve viewers did not show an 'intuitive' distinction in perception of art versus non-art. From this we conclude that for naïve subjects examining the pictures without a clear definition of art in mind, it was impossible to distinguish art from non-art. - What is the function of a painting? It is to communicate a message from artist to viewer. The view of art as communication of the artist's internal models with the viewer's internal models reflects the nature of brain control of human vision, and the nature of the role that active eye movements play in neuro-aesthetics. This book is for those who want to understand the real world implications of scientific advances concerning the process of visual communication. As now, in postmodern times, there is no clear consensus about 'what is art', only with the help of a clear definition accompanying the viewing task about 'what is art' our naïve subjects might have been able to make that distinction.

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