ANNE FRIEDBERG WINDOW SHOPPING PDF
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Departing from those who define postmodernism in film merely as a visual style or set of narrative conventions, Anne Friedberg develops the first sustained. University, where he also teaches film. Window Shopping. Cinema and the Postmodern. By Anne Friedberg. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, Hou Xian Dai Dian Ying: Hou Xian Dai Xiao Fei She Hui de Wen Hua Qi Guan = Postmodern Cinema: A Cultural Spectacle of the Consumer an Li.
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This scholarly work proposes that an integral feature of both film and television is the “mobilized virtual gaze.
Account Options Sign in. She explores the ways in which nineteenth-century visual experiences—photography, urban strolling, My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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Window Shopping Cinema and the Postmodern
Cinema and the Postmodern. Departing from those who define postmodernism in film merely as a visual style or anme of narrative conventions, Anne Friedberg develops the first sustained account of the cinema’s role in postmodern culture. She explores the ways in which nineteenth-century visual experiences—photography, urban strolling, panorama and diorama entertainments—anticipate contemporary pleasures provided by cinema, video, shopping malls, and emerging “virtual reality” technologies.
Comparing the visual practices of shopping, tourism, and film-viewing, Friedberg identifies the experience of “virtual” mobility through time and space as a key determinant of postmodern cultural identity.
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Evaluating the theories of Jameson, Lyotard, Baudrillard, and others, she adds critical insights about the role of gender and gender mobility in the configurations of consumer culture.
A strikingly original work, Window Shopping challenges many of the existing assumptions about what exactly post modern is. This book marks the emergence of a compelling qindow voice in the study of contemporary culture. Selected pages Title Page.
Modernity and the Panoptic Gaze. Modernity and the Virtual Gaze. Temporality and Cinema Spectatorship.
From Observer to Participant. Architecture Looking Forward Looking Backward.
The Mobilized and Virtual Gaze. From the Arcade to the Cinema.
Window shopping: cinema and the postmodern
The Cinema as Time Machine. Jameson and the Cinematic Postmodern. Postmodernity Without the Word. An Epilogue to the Period of the Plural. Other editions – View all Window Shopping: Cinema and the Postmodern Anne Friedberg Limited preview – Cinema and the Postmodern Anne Friedberg No preview available –