Out Now — Image Temporality. Time, Space and Visual Media, in: Yearbook of Moving Image Studies (YoMIS), Darmstadt: Büchner-Verlag

LARS C. GRABBE, PATRICK RUPERT-KRUSE, NORBERT M. SCHMITZ (HG.)

IMAGE TEMPORALITY

Time, Space and Visual Media

208 Seiten, 13,5 x 21,5 cm, Paperback | Hardcover | ePDF
ISBN 978-3-941310-91-9
29 € (Paperback)
ISBN 978-3-941310-92-6
49 € (Hardcover)
ISBN 978-3-941310-93-3
13 € (ePDF)
Release: 11-17-2017

Media technology plays a significant role in addressing the different sense modalities of the recipient or user. This role seems to deeply influence our concepts of time and space: The more a media technology is becoming a trigger for sensory and perceptual experiences, the bigger is the influence on temporality and spatiality. Image Temporality could be one part of the temporality discourse to connect the concepts of static and dynamic images with the approaches in modern media theory, philosophy of mind, perceptual theory, aesthetics, and film studies as well as the complex range of image science.This volume monitors and discusses the relation of time, space and visual media within the perspective of an autonomous image science.

 

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