Media Borders, Multimodality and Intermediality
Palgrave Macmillan, Mar 15, 2010 - Social Science - 280 pages
A fascinating collection of essays looking at the concept of 'intermediality' - the relationship between various forms of art and new media - including case studies ranging from music, film and architecture to medieval ballads, biopoetry and Lettrism.
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aesthetic Amy Lowell art forms artistic artwork ballad basic media Bela Tarr bird Bruhn Calum Colvin cinema cognitive Colvin's combination context conventional cultural dance defined delimitations described discourse Ecocriticism Eduardo Kac ekphrasis Ellestrom essay example field guide film filmic four modalities Fragments functions genre Godard's hypergraphics Ibid iconic idea individual media instance inter interaction intermedial relations intermedial studies Intermedialitat interpretation intertextual invented markings John Tavener kind Lettrist literary literature material modality McLuhan's meaning media borders medium metaphorical modalities modes Morse code multimodal narrative objects painting paratexts performance perspective photograph picture piece poem poetic poetry processes qualified media qualifying aspects question Rajewsky representation semiosis semiotic modality sense sensorial sign functions signification song sound Sound Art space spatial spatiotemporal specific symbolic technical media Telepresence television temporal textual theatre theory tion traditional transformation understanding verbal visual apostrophes W. J. T. Mitchell words