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The Oxford handbook of new audiovisual aesthetics

Author: John Richardson; Claudia Gorbman; Carol Vernallis
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2013] ©2013
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Media forms and genres are proliferating as never before, from movies, computer games and iPods to video games and wireless phones. This essay collection by recognized scholars, practitioners and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Richardson; Claudia Gorbman; Carol Vernallis
ISBN: 9780199733866 0199733864
OCLC Number: 828626784
Description: x, 735 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction / John Richardson and Claudia Gorbman --
Theoretical pressure points. Lawrence Kramer: Classical music for the posthuman condition --
Michel Chion: The audio-logo-visual and the sound of languages in recent film --
Nicholas Cook: Beyond music: mashup, multimedia mentality, and intellectual property --
Anahid Kassabian: The end of diegesis as we know it? --
Steven Connor: Sounding out film narrative, genre, meaning: changing times, changing practices. Robynn J. Stilwell: Audio-visual space in an era of technological convergence --
Annette Davison: Title Sequences for contemporary television serials --
Carter Burwell: No country for old music --
Janet K. Halfyard: Cue the big theme? the sound of the superhero --
Michael Chanan: Video speech in Latin America --
Animated sounds. Daniel Goldmark: Pixar and the animated soundtrack --
Randy Thom: Notes on sound design in contemporary animated films --
Lisa Perrott: Zig Zag: re-animating Len Lye as improvised theatrical performance and immersive visual music --
Musical moments and transformations. Caryl Flinn: The mutating musical --
Ying Xiao: Chinese rock 'n ' roll film and Cui Jian on screen --
John Richardson: The neosurrealist metamusical: Tsai's The wayward cloud --
Philip Brophy: Parties in your head: from the acoustic to the psycho-acoustic --
Emerging audiovisual forms: music video and beyond. Carol Vernallis: Music video's second aesthetic --
Stan Hawkins: Aesthetics and hyperembodiment in pop videos: Rihanna's "Umbrella" --
Paula Hearsum & Ian Inglis: The emancipation of music video: YouTube and the cultural politics of supply and demand --
Mathias Bonde Korsgaard: Music video transformed --
Video Art. Holly Rogers: "Betwixt and between" worlds: spatial and temporal liminality in video --
Art-music. Maureen Turim and Michael Walsh: Sound events: innovation in projection and installation --
Gaming. Rob Bridgett: Contextualizing game audio aesthetics --
Karen Collins: Implications of interactivity: What does it mean for sound to be "Interactive"? --
Mark Kerins: Multi-channel gaming aesthetics of interactive surround --
Expanded soundtracks. Michel Chion: Sensory aspects of contemporary cinema --
Jeff Smith: The sound of intensified continuity --
K.J. Donnelly: Paratexts of the audio-visual: paratexts of the audio-visual soundtrack --
Extensions beyond the film. Susanna Välimäki: The audiovisual construction of transgender identity in Transamerica --
Meri Kytö: Soundscapes of Istanbul in Turkish film soundtracks --
Charles Kronengold: Audiovisual objects, multisensory people and the intensified ordinary in Hong Kong action films --
Audiovisuality in daily life. Philip Auslander: sound and vision: the audio/visual economy of musical performance --
Joseph Lanza: foreground flatland --
Michael Bull: Remaking the urban: the audio-visual aesthetics of ipod use --
Helmi Järviluoma and Noora Vikman: On soundscape methods and audiovisual sensibility --
Mariko Hara and Tia Denora: Leaving something to the imagination: "seeing" new places through a musical lens.
Other Titles: New audiovisual aesthetics
Responsibility: edited by John Richardson, Claudia Gorbman, Carol Vernallis.
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