3 edition of The Aesthetics of television found in the catalog.
The Aesthetics of television
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||edited by Gunhild Agger & Jens F. Jensen|
|Series||Media & cultural studies -- 2|
|Contributions||Agger, Gunhild, 1945-, Jensen, Jens F|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||396 p. :|
|Number of Pages||396|
A book aesthetic is a group of pictures/photos that relate to a story or even possibly tell the story. Basically, this collage of pictures represents the aesthetic of the story you are trying to tell. But it doesn’t have to be about the entire story. You could do a collection of aesthetics, each representing a character in your story. Get this from a library! Television aesthetics: perceptual, cognitive, and compositional bases. [Nikos Metallinos] -- Based on effective empirical research from three axesperception, cognition, and composition - this book presents aesthetic principles of television images drawn from converging research in academic.
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Get this from a library! Television aesthetics and style. [Jason Jacobs; Steven Peacock;] -- This significant new work redresses a vital gap in TV studies by engaging with the stylistic dynamics of TV; exploring the aesthetic properties and values of both the medium and particular types of. The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics is the first reference work to survey the full breadth of critical thought on art, culture, and society from classical philosophy to contemporary critical theory. A RUSA Outstanding Reference Source, the Encyclopedia features articles on the major concepts, thinkers, and debates about the meaning, uses and value of all the arts.
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The concepts of aesthetics is traditionally connected with art and high culture (e.g. literature, theatre, pictorial art etc.) whereas mass media such as television are usually associated with a lack of cultural quality, originality and authenticity -- and consequently with a lack of aesthetics.
And, undoubtedly, most television programmes will fail if judged by the aesthetic standards and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Aesthetics of the moment in television: actualisations in time and space / Jørgen Stigel --National cinema and TV fiction in a transnational age / Gunhild Agger --Comedy series in Danish television --for better or worse / Poul Eirk Nielsen --Crime and gender in the provinces: an.
Television Aesthetics and Style provides a unique and vital intervention in the field, raising key questions about television's artistic properties and possibilities. Through a series of case-studies by internationally renowned scholars, the collection takes a radical step forward in understanding TV's stylistic achievements.
"I take Martin Shuster’s New Television: The Aesthetics and Politics of a Genre to be the most important contribution, since Stanley Cavell’s The World Viewed, to the construction of a philosophy of this genre of popular culture – the strange novel object intertwining television series, cinema, and our everyday by: 2.
Television Aesthetics and Style provides a unique and vital intervention in the field, raising key questions about television's artistic properties and possibilities.
Through a series of case-studies by internationally renowned scholars, the collection takes a radical step forward in understanding TV's stylistic achievements.4/4(1).
The concept of aesthetics is traditionally connected with art and high culture (e.g. literature, theatre, pictorial art etc.) whereas mass media such as television are usually associated with a lack of cultural quality, originality and authenticity - and consequently with a lack of aesthetics.
: Television Aesthetics: Perceptual, Cognitive and Compositional Bases (Routledge Communication Series) (): Metallinos, Nikos: Books.
"I take Martin Shuster’s New Television: The Aesthetics and Politics of a Genre to be the most important contribution, since Stanley Cavell’s The World Viewed, to the construction of a philosophy of this genre of popular culture – the strange novel object intertwining television series, cinema, and our everyday deep, erudite and wonderfully entertaining, New Television.
Steven Peacock is Reader in Film and Television Aesthetics at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He is the author of Swedish Crime Fiction: Novel, Film, Television (), Hollywood and Intimacy (), Colour () and editor/author of Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy () and Reading TV against the Clock ().
He is also co. In the book, Radio, T elevision and Modern Life (Scannell ) By 'production quality' of the magazine talk show, I refer to the 'aesthetics of [the] television talk show' Author: Hanne Bruun.
His BFI TV Classic on Deadwood was published in July He is writing a book on David Milch for the Manchester University Press Television Series and is co-editor with Steven Peacock of the collection Television: Aesthetics and Style (Continuum, ).
Steven Peacock is Senior Lecturer in Film at the University of Hertfordshire. What we did not have until this book is a serious approach to the aesthetics of design from the side of professional philosophy. As Forsey observes, philosophical aesthetics has virtually ignored design.
The main emphasis in contemporary aesthetics has been in the aesthetics of art, with some increasing interest in the aesthetics of by: intellectual history of television studies. For the earliest decades of television, questions of aesthetics and value were seen as losing battles—justifying the medium’s study by asserting its aesthetic merits, an avenue pursued in the early years of film studies, was to engage the debate on hostile terrain.
Detractors of television, both. Lunchbox philosophy, or the world according to the Japanese lunchbox: how an object of sublime beauty offers a key to understanding Japanese aesthetics, design, and culture. The Makunouchi Bento, or traditional Japanese lunchbox, is a highly lacquered wooden box divided into quadrants, each of which contains different delicacies.
It is also one of the most familiar images of Japan's domestic. Divided into four loosely chronological chapters, the book documents important phases in the history of the small screen, from early TV's conception of itself as a piece of live 'relay', the textual complexity of the 'videographic' look and the contemporary televisual notions of the 'real', to the 'cinematic' aspirations of digital television.
Book Description. Cuteness is one of the most culturally pervasive aesthetics of the new millennium and its rapid social proliferation suggests that the affective responses it provokes find particular purchase in a contemporary era marked by intensive.
Although Film Studies has successfully (re)turned attention to matters of style and interpretation, its sibling discipline has left the territory uncharted - until now. The question of how television operates on a stylistic level has been critically underexplored, despite being fundamental to Author: Steven Peacock.
It is refreshing, therefore, to have a book which unashamedly asserts that television is capable of both 'aesthetics and style' The book is successful in bringing into vision an important debate about the distinction of the television medium in all its multi-faceted dimensions” – Robin Nelson, University of London, UK, Critical.
In Television as Digital Media, scholars from Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States combine television studies with new media studies to analyze digital TV as part of digital into account technologies, industries, economies, aesthetics, and various production, user, and audience practices, the contributors develop a new critical paradigm for thinking about.
François Truffaut's first film, 's The Blows, may very well be hisTruffaut himself wondered if he would ever devise a script that engaged him as deeply and as personally. What unifies the aesthetic and philosophical ambitions of new television is a commitment to portraying and exploring the family as the last site of political possibility in a world otherwise bereft of any other sources of traditional authority; consequently, at the heart of new television are profound political stakes."--Back cover.[Forthcoming in The Television Encyclopedia, ed.
Horace Newcomb, 2nd edition, Taylor and Francis, ] Television Aesthetics Aesthetics -- that branch of philosophy concerned with the arts, with definitions of artistic experience and artistic value -- has always been a contested category in discussions of popular culture.
If Trump had a Pinterest board, it would be full of images from Louis XIV’s Versailles; Hitler’s was ancient Greece and Rome. Architecture and aesthetics were central concerns of both men, who favored structures that would exemplify absolute power: the former as the gaudy manifestation of luxury in a time where citizens were dying of poverty (in as in the s), the latter embodying Author: Ariel Saramandi.