Sökning: "Malin Wahlberg"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 7 avhandlingar innehållade orden Malin Wahlberg.
Sammanfattning : Image and time represent a favored issue among theorists and practitioners in the history of cinema, where discussion is related to the ingenious machine, the new art, as well as the experience of film. Looking back on this debate, and considering recent accounts of 'time-images,' it is striking to note how the problem has always oscillated between issues of the medium specific and issues of film experience; that is, the ontology of cinema as a time-bound medium, the quality of rhythm, duration, and recorded views, and, not least, the sensory and affective impact of mediated sound-images. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation explores gallery experience as an embodied and site-specific occurrence. Using an interdisciplinary approach that bridges art historical research with film theoretical perspectives, it offers contextualized, in-depth analyses of a limited number of contemporary installation works exhibited in Scandinavia during 2014–2016. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Following the end of World War II, the surrealist founder André Breton organized the exhibition Le Surréalisme en 1947. In conjunction with it, he announced a “change in direction” for surrealism, towards the search for a new myth, replete with magic. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This study scans six decades of film history in search for video images, the imaginaries within which they are framed, and (taking cues from the archaeological methods of Friedrich Kittler and Michel Foucault) their technical, historical, and institutional conditions of existence. The British experimental science fiction film Anti-Clock (Jane Arden and Jack Bond, 1979) revolves around a video device with the capacity to confront subjects with their own repressed memory images. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This study investigates the ways in which private home movies are transformed into curated archival objects. Through the concept of the archival home movie, it explores the impact of preservation and content description on access, use, and, thus, regional historiography. LÄS MER