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Emotion and the seduction of the senses, Baroque to Neo-Baroque

Author: Lisa Beaven; Angela Ndalianis
Publisher: Kalamazoo : MIP / Medieval Institute Pubs. 2018. ©2018
Series: Studies in medieval and early modern culture, 59.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This book examines the relationship between the cultural productions of the baroque in the seventeenth century and the neo-baroque in our contemporary world. The volume illuminates how, rather than providing rationally ordered visual realms, both the baroque and the neo-baroque construct complex performative spaces whose spectacle seeks to embrace, immerse, and seduce the senses and solicit the emotions of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Beaven; Angela Ndalianis
ISBN: 9781580442718 1580442714
OCLC Number: 990741525
Description: xxxii, 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Feeling Baroque in Art and Neuroscience : Joy, Sadness, Pride, and a Spinozist Solution to the Quest for Happiness / by Monika Kaup --
The Baroque Sublime : The Affective Power of Landscape / Helen Langdon --
"Their Jarring Spheres Confound" : John Milton's Paradise Lost as a Counter-Baroque War Machine / Justin Clemens --
"To Make Them Gaze in Wonder" : Emotional Responses to Stage Scenery in Seventeenth-Century Opera / by Katrina Grant --
The Role of Emotions in the Characters of Pedro Calderón de la Barca's Autos / Javier de la Rosa, Adriana Soto-Corominas, and Juan Luis Suárez --
Clouds and Calculated Emotions in the Production of Neo-Baroque Spatial Illusions in Las Vegas Hotels and Casinos / Peter Krieger --
Mirrors of Reason, Illusion, and Infinity : The Case of the Villa Patrizi / David Marshall --
Infinite Bodies : The Baroque, the Counter-Reformation Relic and the Body of James II / Matthew Martin --
Chican@ Saints : The Persistence of Religious Bodies in Mexican America / Kat Austin --
The Ecstasy (?) of Saint Teresa / John Weretka --
Faith and Fetish : Objects and the Body in Catholic Devotional Practice / Lisa Beaven --
Hannibal : Baroque Horror Vacui and the Theatre of Senses / Angela Ndalianis.
Series Title: Studies in medieval and early modern culture, 59.
Responsibility: edited by Lisa Beaven; Angela Ndalianis.

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This book examines the relationship between the cultural productions of the baroque in the seventeenth century and the neo-baroque in our contemporary world. The volume illuminates how, rather than providing rationally ordered visual realms, both the baroque and the neo-baroque construct complex performative spaces whose spectacle seeks to embrace, immerse, and seduce the senses and solicit the emotions of the beholder.

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