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The visual culture reader

Author: Nicholas Mirzoeff
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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The diverse essays collected here constitute an exploration of the emerging interdisciplinary field of visual culture, and examine why modern and postmodern culture place such a premium on rendering experience in visual form.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Mirzoeff
ISBN: 9780415620550 0415620554 9780415782623 0415782627
OCLC Number: 759772074
Description: xxxviii, 686 pages : illustrations, photographs ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. 1 Expansions : There are no visual media / W.J.T. Mitchell --
The (in)human spatial condition : a visual essay / Ariella Azoulay --
Mapping non-conformity : post-bubble urban strategies / Teddy Cruz --
X-reality : interview with the virtual cannibal / Beth Coleman --
On software, or the persistence of visual knowledge / Wendy Hui Kyong Chun --
Notes on the photographic image / Jacques Rancière --
Queer faces : photography and subcultural lives / Jack Halberstam --
Currents of worldmaking in contemporary art / Terry Smith --
Sublimated with mineral fury : prelim notes on sounding pandemonium Asia / Sarat Maharaj --
The sea and the land : biopower and visuality from slavery to Katrina / Nicholas Mirzoeff --
pt. 2 Globalization, war and visual economy : (a) War and violence : The archaeology of violence : the king's head / Zainab Bahrani --
On the actuarial gaze : from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib / Allen Feldman --
American military imaginaries and Iraqi cities / Derek Gregory --
Zeroing in : overhead imagery, infrastructure ruins, and datalands in Afghanistan and Iraq / Lisa Parks --
What Greg Roberts saw : visuality, intelligibility, and sovereignty : 36,000km over the equator / Trevor Paglen --
Media and martyrdom / Faisal Devji --
Live true life or die trying / Naeem Mohaiemen --
(b) Attention and visualizing economy : Kino-I, Kino-world : notes on the cinematic mode of production / Jonathan L. Beller --
On virtuosity / Paolo Virno --
Faking globalization / Ackbar Abbas --
Creativity and the problem of free labor / Andrew Ross --
It's easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism / Mark Fisher --
Do it yourself geo-politics / Brian Holmes --
pt. 3 The body, coloniality and visuality : (a) Bodies and minds : Optics / René Descartes --
Blindness and visual culture : an eye witness account / Georgina Kleege --
Reduplicative desires / Carol Mavor --
The persistence of vision / Donna Haraway --
The body and/in representation / Amelia Jones --
Forever modern : Mami Wata visual culture and history in Africa / Henry John Drewal --
(b) Histories and memories : The mobilized and virtual gaze in modernity : flâneur/flâneuse / Anne Friedberg --
Tourism and "sacred ground" : the space of ground zero / Marita Sturken --
Maps, mother/goddesses, and martyrdom in modern India / Sumathi Ramaswamy --
Museums in late democracies / Dipesh Chakrabarty --
The fact of blackness / Frantz Fanon --
The case of blackness / Fred Moten --
(c) (Post/de/neo)colonial visualities : Orientalism and the exhibitionary order / Timothy Mitchell --
from The colonial harem / Malek Alloula --
Vodun art, social history and the slave trade / Suzanne Preston Blier --
Between cult and culture : Bamiyan, Islamic iconoclasm and the museum / Finbarr Barry Flood --
The postcolonial constellation : contemporary art in a state of permanent transition / Okwui Enwezor --
Urban warfare : walking through walls / Eyal Weizman --
pt. 4 Media and mediations : U.S. operating systems at midcentury : the intertwining of race and UNIX / Tara McPherson --
Rethinking the digital age / Faye Ginsburg --
The unworkable interface / Alexander R. Galloway --
On the superiority of the analog / Brian Massumi --
Digital racial formations and networked images of the body / Lisa Nakamura --
Imagination, multimodality and embodied interaction : a discussion of sound and movement in two cases of laboratory and clinical magnetic resonance imaging / Lisa Cartwright, Morana Alac.
Responsibility: edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff.
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The diverse essays collected here constitute an exploration of the emerging interdisciplinary field of visual culture, and examine why modern and postmodern culture place such a premium on rendering experience in visual form.

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