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Ostrannenie : on "strangeness" and the moving image : the history, reception, and relevance of a concept

Author: Annie van den Oever
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2010.
Series: Key debates, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Defamiliarisation or ostrannenie, the artistic technique of forcing the audience to see common things in an unfamiliar or strange way, in order to enhance perception of the familiar, ihas become one of the central concept of modern artistic practice, ranging over movements including Dada, postmodernism, epic theatre, and science fiction, as well as our response to arts. Coined by the Soviet literary critic Victor  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Annie van den Oever
ISBN: 9789089640796 9089640797
OCLC Number: 427319714
Description: 278 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: ostran(n)enie as an "attractive" concept / Annie van den Oever --
pt. 1. Theory formation: ostranenie, the avant-garde and the cinema of attractions. The gesture of revolution or misquoting as device / Yuri Tsivian ; Ostranenie, "the montage of attractions" and early cinema's "properly irreducible alien quality" / Annie van den Oever --
pt. 2. Mutations and appropriations: alienation theories and terminologies. Ostranenie, innovation, and media history / Frank Kessler ; Knight's moves: Brecht and Russian formalism in Britain in the 1970s / Ian Christie ; Ostranenie in French film studies: translation problems and conflicting interests / Dominique Chateau ; Christian Metz and the Russian formalists: a "rendez-vous manqué"? / Emile Poppe --
pt. 3. Cognitive and evolutionary-cognitive approaches to ostranenie: perception, cognitive gaps and cognitive schemes. Should I see what I believe?: audiovisual ostranenie and evolutionary-cognitive film theory / Laurent Jullier ; On perception, ostranenie, and specificity / László Tarnay ; Estrangement and the representation of life in art / Barend van Heusden ; The perception of reality as deformed realism / Miklós Kiss --
pt. 4. Discussions. On ostranenie, différence, and the uncanny ; Conversation with András Bálint Kovács / by Laurent Jullier ; Conversation with Laura Mulvey / by Annie van den Oever.
Series Title: Key debates, 1.
Responsibility: edited by Annie van den Oever.
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Leading international film scholars assess the impact and evolution of the concept of ostrannenie, or defamiliarisation, since its original appearance in literary debates in the 1920s.  Read more...

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