TransVisuality: The Cultural Dimension of Visuality
Volume 2: Visual Organisations
Edited by Tore Kristensen, Anders Michelsen, and Frauke Wiegand
Anders Michelsen is Associate Professor of Visual Culture at the University of Copenhagen.
Frauke Wiegand is PhD fellow in Visual Culture at the University of Copenhagen.
Tore Kristensen is Professor of Strategic Design at Copenhagen Business School.
CONTRIBUTORS INTRODUCTION Part I. Publics and communities 1. Rafael Cardoso - Flesh and the Beholder: Towards a Phenomenology of Digital Viewing 2. Sambudha Sen - Re-Visioning the Colonial City: Autonomous Spaces, Stereotypes and the Aesthetics of Intermixtures in Kaliprasanna Sinha’s Hutom Pyanchar Noksha 3. Fiona Cameron & Sarah Mengler - Transvisuality, Geopolitics and Cultural Heritage in Global Flows: the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the Death of the Virtual Terrorist. 4. Leora Farber - Beyond Self vs. Other. The Other-as-Stranger-Within as Imaged in the Who is Pinky Pinky Series 5. Karl Erik Schøllhammer - Forensic Strategies Against the Traumatic Condition of Culture. Exposure of Wounded Bodies in Brazilian Media and Art 6. Eric Louw – Visualized Politics 7. Khaled Ramadan - Our History and Their Archive. The Substantive Visual Aesthetics of Al Jazeera and its Impact on the Arab World Part II. Bodies and media 8. Marie-Luise Angerer - From Vision To Motion. Image, Affect, Bio-Media 9. Frauke Wiegand - Concrete Memories: The In/Visibility of Bunker Ruins 10. Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen - Interface Screenings. Integrations of the Body According to New Diagrams for Visual Mapping 11. Gunhild Borggreen - Robot Bodies. Visual Transfer of the Technological Uncanny 12. Asbjørn Grønstad - Enfolded by Cinema: The Transvisual Gaze in Tsai Ming-liang's Visage. 13. Lila Lee-Morrison - Drone Warfare. Visual Primacy as a Weapon 14. Kassandra Wellendorf - Elastic Looking and Negotiations of Invisibility in Public Spaces Bibliography Index
Size: 239 × 163 mm
Publication: July 27, 2015