Transvisuality: The Cultural Dimension of Visuality (Vol. I)
Boundaries and Creative Openings
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.
Notes on Contributors Illustrations Introduction ANDERS MICHELSEN, TORE KRISTENSEN & FRAUKE WIEGAND PART A THE VISUAL AND VISUALITY 1. Magical Nominalism: Photography and the Re-enchantment of the World MARTIN JAY 2. Thinking with the Eyes. Philosophical and Visual Matrices JEAN-JACQUES WUNENBURGER 3. The Performing Image, or How the Visual Dimension is Enacted by Pictures CHIARA CAPPELLETTO 4. Forgotten Twins: Reason and Visuality FREDERIK STJERNFELT 5. Seeing Double: The Deep Core of the Imagination PETER MURPHY 6. The Creative Dimension of Visuality – On Merleau-Ponty and Castoriadis ANDERS MICHELSEN 7. The Wrath of Image: Violent Origins of Art as Technè and its Contemporary Aftermath. Anthropogony in the Era of the Artificial NICOLETTA ISAR PART B VISUAL STUDIES 8. General Image Science and Interdisciplinary Research on Images KLAUS SACHS-HOMBACH & HELLMUT WINTER 9. Lines of Thought BARBARA TVERSKY 10. Seeing Together. Towards a Shared Anthropology with Visual Tools TROND WAAGE 11. Dimensions of The Out of Field. A Contemporary Reading of Deleuzian Cinematics MORTEN MELDGAARD 12. Atrocity Media: Negotiating the Abject in Images of Torture and Death MAX LILJEFORS 13. Framing through the senses: Sight and sound in the shaping of everyday life EDUARDO DE LA FUENTE & MICHAEL WALSH 14. Reconfiguring Visual Studies and Visual Competencies. Observations and Propositions LUC PAUWELS
Recommended. Graduate students through faculty/researchers.
Choice, vol. 51 no. 07
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: August 8, 2013