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The visual culture reader, edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff

Label
The visual culture reader
Title
The visual culture reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The diverse essays collected here constitute an exploration of the emerging interdisciplinary field of visual culture, and examine why modern and postmodern culture place such a premium on rendering experience in visual form
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • photographs
Index
index present
LC call number
NX458
LC item number
.V58 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1962-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mirzoeff, Nicholas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Arts, Modern
  • Arts, Modern
  • Popular culture
  • Visual communication
  • Arts, Modern
  • Popular culture
  • Visual communication
Label
The visual culture reader, edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • On software, or the persistence of visual knowledge
  • Imagination, multimodality and embodied interaction : a discussion of sound and movement in two cases of laboratory and clinical magnetic resonance imaging
  • Lisa Cartwright,
  • Morana Alac
  • Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
  • Notes on the photographic image
  • Jacques Rancière
  • Queer faces : photography and subcultural lives
  • Jack Halberstam
  • Currents of worldmaking in contemporary art
  • Terry Smith
  • Sublimated with mineral fury : prelim notes on sounding pandemonium Asia
  • Sarat Maharaj
  • pt. 1 Expansions :
  • The sea and the land : biopower and visuality from slavery to Katrina
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff
  • pt. 2 Globalization, war and visual economy : (a) War and violence :
  • The archaeology of violence : the king's head
  • Zainab Bahrani
  • On the actuarial gaze : from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib
  • Allen Feldman
  • American military imaginaries and Iraqi cities
  • Derek Gregory
  • Zeroing in : overhead imagery, infrastructure ruins, and datalands in Afghanistan and Iraq
  • There are no visual media
  • Lisa Parks
  • What Greg Roberts saw : visuality, intelligibility, and sovereignty : 36,000km over the equator
  • Trevor Paglen
  • Media and martyrdom
  • Faisal Devji
  • Live true life or die trying
  • Naeem Mohaiemen
  • (b) Attention and visualizing economy :
  • Kino-I, Kino-world : notes on the cinematic mode of production
  • Jonathan L. Beller
  • W.J.T. Mitchell
  • On virtuosity
  • Paolo Virno
  • Faking globalization
  • Ackbar Abbas
  • Creativity and the problem of free labor
  • Andrew Ross
  • It's easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism
  • Mark Fisher
  • Do it yourself geo-politics
  • Brian Holmes
  • The (in)human spatial condition : a visual essay
  • pt. 3 The body, coloniality and visuality : (a) Bodies and minds :
  • Optics
  • René Descartes
  • Blindness and visual culture : an eye witness account
  • Georgina Kleege
  • Reduplicative desires
  • Carol Mavor
  • The persistence of vision
  • Donna Haraway
  • The body and/in representation
  • Mapping non-conformity : post-bubble urban strategies
  • Amelia Jones
  • Forever modern : Mami Wata visual culture and history in Africa
  • Henry John Drewal
  • (b) Histories and memories :
  • The mobilized and virtual gaze in modernity : flâneur/flâneuse
  • Tourism and "sacred ground" : the space of ground zero
  • Marita Sturken
  • Maps, mother/goddesses, and martyrdom in modern India
  • Sumathi Ramaswamy
  • Museums in late democracies
  • Teddy Cruz
  • Dipesh Chakrabarty
  • The fact of blackness
  • Frantz Fanon
  • The case of blackness
  • Fred Moten
  • (c) (Post/de/neo)colonial visualities :
  • Orientalism and the exhibitionary order
  • Timothy Mitchell
  • from
  • The colonial harem
  • X-reality : interview with the virtual cannibal
  • Malek Alloula
  • Vodun art, social history and the slave trade
  • Suzanne Preston Blier
  • Between cult and culture : Bamiyan, Islamic iconoclasm and the museum
  • Finbarr Barry Flood
  • The postcolonial constellation : contemporary art in a state of permanent transition
  • Okwui Enwezor
  • Urban warfare : walking through walls
  • Eyal Weizman
  • pt. 4 Media and mediations :
  • Beth Coleman
  • U.S. operating systems at midcentury : the intertwining of race and unix
  • Tara McPherson
  • Rethinking the digital age
  • Faye Ginsburg
  • The unworkable interface
  • Alexander R. Galloway
  • On the superiority of the analog
  • Brian Massumi
  • Digital racial formations and networked images of the body
  • Lisa Nakamura
Control code
759772074
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xxxviii, 686 p.
Isbn
9780415782623
Lccn
2011045120
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)759772074
Label
The visual culture reader, edited by Nicholas Mirzoeff
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • On software, or the persistence of visual knowledge
  • Imagination, multimodality and embodied interaction : a discussion of sound and movement in two cases of laboratory and clinical magnetic resonance imaging
  • Lisa Cartwright,
  • Morana Alac
  • Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
  • Notes on the photographic image
  • Jacques Rancière
  • Queer faces : photography and subcultural lives
  • Jack Halberstam
  • Currents of worldmaking in contemporary art
  • Terry Smith
  • Sublimated with mineral fury : prelim notes on sounding pandemonium Asia
  • Sarat Maharaj
  • pt. 1 Expansions :
  • The sea and the land : biopower and visuality from slavery to Katrina
  • Nicholas Mirzoeff
  • pt. 2 Globalization, war and visual economy : (a) War and violence :
  • The archaeology of violence : the king's head
  • Zainab Bahrani
  • On the actuarial gaze : from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib
  • Allen Feldman
  • American military imaginaries and Iraqi cities
  • Derek Gregory
  • Zeroing in : overhead imagery, infrastructure ruins, and datalands in Afghanistan and Iraq
  • There are no visual media
  • Lisa Parks
  • What Greg Roberts saw : visuality, intelligibility, and sovereignty : 36,000km over the equator
  • Trevor Paglen
  • Media and martyrdom
  • Faisal Devji
  • Live true life or die trying
  • Naeem Mohaiemen
  • (b) Attention and visualizing economy :
  • Kino-I, Kino-world : notes on the cinematic mode of production
  • Jonathan L. Beller
  • W.J.T. Mitchell
  • On virtuosity
  • Paolo Virno
  • Faking globalization
  • Ackbar Abbas
  • Creativity and the problem of free labor
  • Andrew Ross
  • It's easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism
  • Mark Fisher
  • Do it yourself geo-politics
  • Brian Holmes
  • The (in)human spatial condition : a visual essay
  • pt. 3 The body, coloniality and visuality : (a) Bodies and minds :
  • Optics
  • René Descartes
  • Blindness and visual culture : an eye witness account
  • Georgina Kleege
  • Reduplicative desires
  • Carol Mavor
  • The persistence of vision
  • Donna Haraway
  • The body and/in representation
  • Mapping non-conformity : post-bubble urban strategies
  • Amelia Jones
  • Forever modern : Mami Wata visual culture and history in Africa
  • Henry John Drewal
  • (b) Histories and memories :
  • The mobilized and virtual gaze in modernity : flâneur/flâneuse
  • Tourism and "sacred ground" : the space of ground zero
  • Marita Sturken
  • Maps, mother/goddesses, and martyrdom in modern India
  • Sumathi Ramaswamy
  • Museums in late democracies
  • Teddy Cruz
  • Dipesh Chakrabarty
  • The fact of blackness
  • Frantz Fanon
  • The case of blackness
  • Fred Moten
  • (c) (Post/de/neo)colonial visualities :
  • Orientalism and the exhibitionary order
  • Timothy Mitchell
  • from
  • The colonial harem
  • X-reality : interview with the virtual cannibal
  • Malek Alloula
  • Vodun art, social history and the slave trade
  • Suzanne Preston Blier
  • Between cult and culture : Bamiyan, Islamic iconoclasm and the museum
  • Finbarr Barry Flood
  • The postcolonial constellation : contemporary art in a state of permanent transition
  • Okwui Enwezor
  • Urban warfare : walking through walls
  • Eyal Weizman
  • pt. 4 Media and mediations :
  • Beth Coleman
  • U.S. operating systems at midcentury : the intertwining of race and unix
  • Tara McPherson
  • Rethinking the digital age
  • Faye Ginsburg
  • The unworkable interface
  • Alexander R. Galloway
  • On the superiority of the analog
  • Brian Massumi
  • Digital racial formations and networked images of the body
  • Lisa Nakamura
Control code
759772074
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xxxviii, 686 p.
Isbn
9780415782623
Lccn
2011045120
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)759772074

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