Cultures of Vision: Images, Media, and the Imaginary

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Index
AIDS, and video, 247, 252, 282-83
Anderson, Kelly, and Annie Goldson: alternative television and the academy, 232.
Auferderheide, Patricia: cable access and the public sphere, 246n
Avedon, Richard, 40-43, 46-47, 65
Bal, Mieke, 161-62.
Barthes, Roland: and Avedon, 40-47; Bataille, 33; and Baudrillard, 52; Bazin, 56n; and Benjamin, 35-39; McLuhan, 51; and photography, 32-71; projection, 67-71; and Sartre, 33; Susan Sontag, 56; and visual performance, 49-52.; Camera Lucida,31, 32, 16z; connotation and projection, 95; and frame analysis, 116-17; Image-Music-Text, 51n; Mythologies, and images, 105, 213; naturalization and artifice, 104-108; sight and meaning, 31; time and history, 52-55
Bateson, Gregory, 149n
Bataille, Georges, 11, 12n, 13, 14, 65
Baudrillard, Jean: and Althusser, 327; and the hyperreal, 329-30; Disneyland and simulation, 329, 332; pessimism and images, 210, 211-12, 214; simulation and images, 52, 70, 71, 134, 2-3, 215, 214, 263, 310, 318-20, 323-34
Bazin, André, 158
Bellour, Raymond: representation, 79, 114
Benjamin, Walter, 31, 36, 39-40, 56, 61, 63, 320
Benning, Sadie: and video testimony, 269; and video, 317-18, 324, 331-33
Berger, John, 36, 45n, 56, 212
Berko, Lili: the history of the portapack, 234, 235, 265
Bhaba, Homi, 306
Birnbaum, Dara: popular image video, 230
Bolton, Richard, 41
Bonitzer, Pascal, 118-19
Bordwell, David: textuality, formalism, 79, 90, 96, 99, 123-25
Bosnia, and images of war, 14
Bourdieu, Pierre, and photography, 67
Boyle, Deirdre, and Guerrilla TV, 272-73
Brahms-Sanders, Helga, 149
Brakhage, Stan: The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes,141-43; Window, Water, Baby, Moving and the relationship of fantasy to projection, 142
Brecht, Bertolt, 98
Breton, André, 61n, 65, 258-59
Buchloh, Benjamin: video in the streets, 154
Buck-Morss, Susan, 36
Buddhism, the Vietnam War and images, 62-64
Butler, Judith, 236n
Calendar,209, 305, 308-309
Calvino, Italo: and storytelling, 75; Mr. Palomar in relation to the viewing process, 131
Camcorders, 2, 20-22, 62-64, 218-19, 248- 51, 274-77, 299-305; and the Super Bowl, 313
Campa, Román de la: and Latino identity, 284
Candid Cameras, and voyeurism, 176-77
Carpenter, Edmund, 213
Carroll, John: and film grammar, 110-16
Chatwin, Bruce, 297
Chomsky, Noam: and critiques of commodity culture, 322; generative grammar, 112.
Cinéma vérité and projection, 142, 161, 194- 99, 313; Walpiri video practice, 294
Classical cinema: and the spectator, 97-98; as paradigm, 95-98; rules and textuality, 103; and autonomy, 107
Clifford, James: cultural identity and the nation-state, 306; ethnography and surrealism,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Images and Vision 1
  • 2 - Camera Lucida Barthes and Photography 32
  • 3 - From Photograph to Film Textual Analysis 72
  • 4 - Projection 127
  • 5 - Reinventing the Electronic Image 218
  • 6 - Postmodern Media Communities 278
  • Bibliography 337
  • Index 349
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