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The metareferential turn in contemporary arts and media : forms, functions, attempts at explanation

Author: Werner Wolf
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2011.
Series: Studies in intermediality, 5.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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One possible description of the contemporary medial landscape in Western culture is that it has gone 'meta' to an unprecedented extent, so that a remarkable 'meta-culture' has emerged. Indeed, 'metareference', i.e. self-reflexive comments on, or references to, various kinds of media-related aspects of a given medial artefact or performance, specific media and arts or the media in general is omnipresent and can,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Kongress
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Werner Wolf
ISBN: 9789042033702 9042033703 9789401200691 9401200696
OCLC Number: 746309913
Description: XI, 594 Seiten.
Contents: PrefaceIntroductionWerner Wolf: Is There a Metareferential Turn, and If So, How Can It Be Explained?Literature and Other MediaAndreas Mahler: Writing on the Writer's Block: Metaization and/as Lack of InspirationSonja Klimek: Fantasy Fiction in Fantasy Fiction: Metareference in the Otherworld of the FaerieJohn Pier: Intermedial Metareference: Index and Icon in William Gass's Willie Masters' Lonesome WifeWolfgang Funk: The Quest for Authenticity: Dave Eggers's A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius between Fiction and RealityChristine Schwanecke: Metareference in Marianne Wiggins's Literary Photo-Text The Shadow Catcher and Other Novels Referring to the Photographic MediumGrzegorz Maziarczyk: Print Strikes Back: Typographic Experimentation in Contemporary Fiction as a Contribution to the Metareferential TurnAlexander Starre: The Materiality of Books and TV: House of Leaves and The Sopranos in a World of Formless Content and Media CompetitionDoris Mader: `Come on, Tell the Story. Describe his State of Mind': Metaization in Peter Nichols's Dramatic and Theatrical Vivisection A Piece of My MindVisual Arts and Related MediaPamela C. Scorzin: Metascenography: On the Metareferential Turn in ScenographyClaus Cluver: On Modern Graffiti and Street Murals: Metareferential Aspects of Writings and Paintings on WallsKatharina Bantleon: From Readymade to `Meta(2)': Metareference in Appropriation ArtFilm and TelevisionDagmar Brunow: Deconstructing Essentialism and Revising Historiography: The Function of Metareference in Black British FilmmakingNicholas de Villiers: Metahorror: Sequels, `The Rules', and the Metareferential Turn in Contemporary Horror CinemaMichael Fuchs: Starring Porn: Metareference in Straight Pornographic Feature FilmsIrina O. Rajewsky: `Metatelevision': The Popularization of Metareferential Strategies in the Context of Italian TelevisionErwin Feyersinger: The (Meta-)Metareferential Turn in AnimationHenry Keazor: "The Stuff You May Have Missed": Art, Film and Metareference in The SimpsonsMusicWalter Bernhart: Metareference in Operatic Performance: The Case of Katharina Wagner's Die Meistersinger von NurnbergMartin Butler: Making Sense of the Metareferential Momentum in Contemporary Popular SongsTobias Janz: Goodbye 20th Century: Sonic Youth, John Cage's `Number Pieces' and the Long Farewell to the Avant-GardeOther MediaJeff Thoss: "This Strip Doesn't Have a Fourth Wall": Webcomics and the Metareferential TurnRoy Sommer: `Metadesign': A `Mythological' Approach to Self-Reference in Consumer CultureNotes on ContributorsIndex
Series Title: Studies in intermediality, 5.
Responsibility: ed. by Werner Wolf.
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One possible description of the contemporary medial landscape in Western culture is that it has gone 'meta' to an unprecedented extent, so that a remarkable 'meta-culture' has emerged. Indeed, 'metareference', i.e. self-reflexive comments on, or references to, various kinds of media-related aspects of a given medial artefact or performance, specific media and arts or the media in general is omnipresent and can, nowadays, be encountered in 'high' art and literature as frequently as in their popular counterparts, in the traditional media as well as in new media. From the Simpsons, pop music, ch.

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