Narrating the City : Mediated Representations of Architecture, UrbanForms and Social Life. (eBook, 2020) [WorldCat.org]
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Narrating the City : Mediated Representations of Architecture, UrbanForms and Social Life.

Author: Ayşegül Akçay Kavakoğlu; Graham Cairns; Türkan Nihan Hacıömerolu; Lisa Landrum
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect Books Ltd, 2020.
Series: ISSN.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Considers how film and related visual media offer insights into the city, looking at the built environment as well as a lived social experience. It brings together an international group of filmmakers, architects, digital artists, designers and media journalists who critically read, reinterpret andcreate narratives of the city. 80 b/w illus.
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Genre/Form: e-books
Livres numériques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ayşegül Akçay Kavakoğlu; Graham Cairns; Türkan Nihan Hacıömerolu; Lisa Landrum
ISBN: 1789382726 1789382734 9781789382723 9781789382730
OCLC Number: 1296132832
Notes: Sleepwalking the installation.
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (260 pages).
Contents: Front Cover --
Half Title --
Title Page --
Copyright Page --
Table of contents --
Foreword --
Introduction: Narrative Topographies of City and Urban Culture in Moving Images in the Age of Digitalization --
Notes --
Part I Identity in Mediated Realms --
1 Looking Up, Looking Down, Looking Awry --
Reality television --
Dystopian visions --
Antagonistic awry spaces --
Lessons of parallaxical identities --
Notes --
Bibliography --
2 Materiality and the Maternal:: Spatial Politics and Agency of the Cinematic Apartment in JapaneseHorror Films --
Introduction --
(En)Gendering the home and body 6 Architecture of Constructed Situation:: Understanding the Perception of Urban Space through Media --
Introduction --
The first situation: Dialectic montage --
The second situation: Distracted perception --
Conclusion: Implication --
Notes --
Bibliography --
7 Polyphonic Asia:: Contemporary City Symphonies of Singapore and Seoul --
Introduction --
Asian global cities on film --
Singapore GaGa --
Bitter, Sweet, Seoul --
Empowered by film --
Conclusion --
Notes --
Bibliography --
8 Cinema and the Walled City --
From Belfast to West Bank via Berlin --
Walls in the city --
City wall as aprotector City wall as a divider --
City wall as a symbol --
City wall as a landmark --
City wall as a space --
City wall as a fetish --
Against the wall --
Notes --
Bibliography --
9 Architectures of the Suspended Moment --
Art as civic imaginary --
A Happy Moment --
Mare Street and Pembury Estate --
Representations of space, spaces of representation --
The utopic gaze --
Notes --
Bibliography --
Part III Narrated Memories of Mediated Urban Life --
10 The City Is a Changing Medium:: Imagining New York and Los Angeles in Doug Aitken'sWork --
Embodying the city: Sleepwalkers Dark Water: Returning to the maternal space --
Space and unmothering desires in Kotoko --
Conclusion --
Notes --
Bibliography --
3 Tehran Has No Soul! --
Introduction --
Fireworks Wednesday --
Tranquility in the Presence of Others --
The city and the representation of memory --
A city ruled by class --
Conclusion --
Notes --
Bibliography --
4 The Unconscious and the City:: A Neuropsychoanalytic Exploration of Cinematic Space --
Introduction --
Influence of Mars: The neuroscientific unconscious and the cinematic space --
UnhomelyStreet: The unconscious and the city Psychotel: Psychogeography in Istanbul --
Psychotel: Metaphor and mind --
Conclusion: Minds and maps --
Notes --
Bibliography --
5 A Vision of Complexity:: From Meaning and Form to Pattern and Code --
Information, ubiquity, form and space --
Techniques in cinematic vision: From flânerie to cinéma-vérité --
Space-time inflection point --
Design, space and the moving image: The film work of the Eames --
Glimpses of the USA and Think --
Computer vision: On meaning in pattern and code --
Conclusion --
Notes --
Bibliography --
Part II Narrated Diversity of Filmic Urban Culture
Series Title: ISSN.

Abstract:

Considers how film and related visual media offer insights into the city, looking at the built environment as well as a lived social experience. It brings together an international group of filmmakers, architects, digital artists, designers and media journalists who critically read, reinterpret andcreate narratives of the city. 80 b/w illus.

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