- (Português) Einstein e Freud: Guerra e Paz Num Diálogo Interdisciplinar
- (Português) Einstein e Freud: Guerra e Paz Num Diálogo Interdisciplinar
- 12222, Week 26
- Nelson Zagalo’s 'literary_canon' books on Goodreads ( books)
Trata de encajar una pieza con otra para averiguar si pueden combinarse. Este significado con esa imagen, o aquella imagen con este significado. Y ya sabemos lo. Me siento como un cura al que le cuesta aguantar la abstinencia. Shelly Silver.
(Português) Einstein e Freud: Guerra e Paz Num Diálogo Interdisciplinar
Por eso aborrece la quietud. Y por eso mismo cuando el cine detiene su flujo voluntariamente, ese gesto adquiere una singular importancia. Pero distingamos dos variantes de este gesto. Viena: FilmmuseumSynema Publikationen Vol. Secuencias: Revista de historia del cine, Madrid, n. Mankiewicz, o Bienvenido Mr.
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Es lo que hacemos los profesores al proyectar el clip de un film en clase, es — citemos una autoridad mayor — lo que hace Godard al pensar en voz alta sobre la s historia s del cine. Parece claro, entonces: es necesario frenar la imagen para poder usarla, para poder estudiarla. El ejemplo. Tanto el film de Smith como el de Silver son, finalmente, un triunfo del montaje, la gran herramienta del cine, la machine a faire penser de que hablara Epstein. Con la. Artforum, New York, v. XXI, n. Madrid: Visor La balsa de la Medusa , Buenos Aires: Las Cuarenta, Words of Light: Theses on the Photography of History.
Princeton UP: Princeton, Dada and Surrealist Film. Death 24x a Second: Stillness and the Moving Image. Londres: Reaktion Books, Film Quarterly, v. Palavras-chave: Arquivo. Cinema experimental. Abstract: This study aims to analyze several exchanges which unify photography and cinema, through a creative posture that came from a practice of cremation. We will deal with four singular works which attest to the particular question of the passage between these two medias, into their own matrix. A passage that concludes to create, until the end of this cremation process made upon its original support, a new place for a new visual form of survival.
Keywords: Archive. Experimental cinema. Paris: col. Pleiade, Gallimard, Trata-se da imagem como epifania3. Trata-se, aqui, de convocar de modo. Paris: Col. Paris: RMN, Paris: Editions de Minuit, On the Camera Arts and Consecutive Matters. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, Traces photographiques, traces autobiographiques.
Paris: Hazan, Au fond des images. Madrid: Gredos, Paris: Armand Colin, Pleiade, Gallimard, , v. O que seria essa fotografia que dura no audiovisual? Abstract: We attempt to a kind of photographic trail in audiovisual and try to understand it as a memorial inscription and connotative photographic, which produce similar effects by way of slow motion and long take.
What would be this lasting photography at audiovisual? Assuming it as audiovisuality, we identified an ethicity that we will call pause — a construct of dual power that extends and cuts the audiovisual. Dissecting the film frames practiced in Sauve qui peut la vie Jean-Luc Godard, , the ethicity has been recognized as a wait of imagery nature. Keywords: Photographic inscription. Slow motion. Fonte: Youtube; Vimeo, Acesso em 2 set. Acesso em: 13 set.
Idem op. Mas eu os mantive das duas formas O que era importante, disse ele, era ver diferentes tipos de movimentos. Para nossa pesquisa, analisamos diferentes tipos de velocidades, a fim de escolher a velocidade certa para o roteiro certo. Como contraste, pense na forma como Greta Garbo beijava Ramon Novarro.
Jean-Luc Godard: interviews. Jackson, Mississippi: University of Mississippi Press, , p. Fonte: Youtube, Subordina, pergunta, exclama, explica e muda o tom. A imagem. Campinas: Papirus, Rio de Janeiro: Ed. Proust e os signos. Buenos Aires: Eudeba, Filosofia da caixa preta. Ethicidades televisivas. LIMA, Rita.
Rio de Janeiro, a. O tempo e a originalidade da fotografia moderna. Rio de Janeiro, b. Revista Studium, Unicamp, v. Acesso em 02 fev. Narrativa visual. Abstract: We evaluate the pictures of action in photojournalism as an empirical field for the analysis of the kinetic features of photographic instantaneity, departing from a thought on the relationships between the image and the temporal order of events. We fix our attention on the treatment of corporal and psysiognomic features of human characters, alongside with the spatial disposition of these elements in the picture.
Visual narrative. Estamos diante de um exemplo daquilo que Kendall Walton. Luciana A. Campinas: Papirus, , pp. The Image and the Eye: further studies in the psychology of pictorial representation. London: Phaidon, Transparent Pictures: on the nature of photographic realism. Critical Inquiry, v. O fotojornalista americano Nathan Weber imortalizou a cena do mesmo ponto de vista do sueco.
DANEY, New York. Prison Photography, 23 mar. Acesso em: 05 dez. Prison Photograph, 16 mar. Prison Photograph, 18 mar.
(Português) Einstein e Freud: Guerra e Paz Num Diálogo Interdisciplinar
Campinas: Papirus Editora, NBW Photo — content collection. Paul Hansen Photojournalist. Apresenta fotografias de autoria do fotojornalista Paul Hansen. Blog Fotocrazia, 09 abr. Sobre fotografia. Diante da dor dos outros. Palavras-chave: Performatividade.
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Cultura visual. Abstract: How can we conceive of the relation between technologies of imagemaking and the formations of political power, without reducing the former to merely superstructural effects of a pre-existing ideology or deducing the latter from the functional determination inherent in technical apparatuses? In this article, I revisit the notion of the state as a visual form I proposed in an earlier work, arguing that in order to understand the articulation between politics and visuality in modernity we need to pay attention to the performance of showing and seeing that mediates between the spectacle and spectatorship.
Reading the two together, or against one another, then, allows us to see the dimension of transience undercutting the apparent solidity and timeless with which scopic regimes promise us access the real.
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Keywords: Performativity. Scopic regimes. Visual culture. Culture visuelle.
Nelson Zagalo’s 'literary_canon' books on Goodreads ( books)
Ver Carvalho, CRARY, O seu Suspensions of Perception identifica os. O Aleph. Ela tem que fixar o movimento e ativar os afetos dos espectadores. Da mesma maneira, acrescentaria, o modo no qual o evanescente nutre e alimenta a vida: o modo no qual, como espectadores-consumidores do. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, Azoulay, Ariella.
Cambridge: MITPress, La chambre Claire: Note sur la photographie. Patriotas, cosmopolitas y nacionalistas: La construccion de la nacionalidad argentina a fines del siglo XIX. Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura Economica, The Aleph. In: Collected Fictions, trad. Andrew Hurley. Harmondsworth: Penguin, El cinematografo, el biografo. In: Textos recobrados Buenos Aires: Emece, London: Lumen, Paris: Minuit, Juan Gutierrez: Imagens do Rio, Rio de Janeiro: Capivara, The Age of the World Picture. William Lovitt. Lima: Universidad San Marcos, Rasgos especificos de la produccion literaria ilustrada en America Latina.
Tercer espacio: Literatura y duelo en America Latina. Santiago de Chile: Arcis-Lom, Century: Rio de Janeiro. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Philosophical Writings, in Justus Buchler ed. New York: Dover Press, Medicos maleantes y maricas: Higiene, criminologia y homosexualidad en la construccion de la nacion argentina. Buenos Aires: Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo Editora, As Barbas do Imperador: D. Misplaced Ideas: Essays on Brazilian Culture.
London: Verso, Arte y espacio. Borgesim Kino. Reinbek: Rowohlt, Resumo: Este artigo examina os retratos feitos por Ozualdo Candeias, na Boca do Lixo, entre os anos Palavras-chave: Ozualdo Candeias. Boca do Lixo. Abstract: This article examines the portraits made by Ozualdo Candeias, between the years , at Boca do Lixo.
An stylistic analysis, considering the representation of the bodies and the interventions on the photographic material, suggest points of contact between the pictures and movies of the filmmaker. Keywords: Ozualdo Candeias. Agradecimentos ao Arquivo Ozualdo R. Trata-se da autobiografia de um personagem que, entre os anos , era conhecido como o rei da Boca do Lixo. Para ele, a Boca constitui-se como. Boredom leads to reflection, something that humanity is in dire need of. Bored children start thinking about what they like and dislike, they start imagining stuff.
This is what leads to invention, innovation, stories, values and drama. Definitely no Snickers or soda pop. The reality is that what makes us whole human beings is the fact that we have four equally important dimensions: rational, emotional, spiritual and physical.
This is what sets us apart from robots. And to realize our full potential, we must acknowledge and develop equally these four dimensions. In , Arthur C. He spoke about the evolution of technology, and how it affected society. He described smart phones and a rudimentary version of the internet. He had emphasized how seeing the Earth from space had given mankind a notion of ecology and how important it was to look after our planet. And he had described commercial space travel, which we still have not seen implemented in Instead of exploring outer space, move towards exploring inner space, but not in terms of the inner workings of the human physical body, but rather exploring the inner workings of the human mind.
If we set aside the hippie hype, perhaps indeed the extensive automation of jobs that are just rational repetition, will give humankind an opportunity to stop and think: to reflect on what it means to be human and enjoy humanity at its fullest. If we work part-time as the new norm, we can spend our spare time with our family and friends, ensuring that we can finally make the world a better place to live for everyone.
We can do a better job of educating our children at home schools might be an outdated concept , with a focus on values and emotions, along with the rational. For many others, though, there will be lots of opportunities to travel, get to know more people and places, and to engage in making life more enjoyable for more human beings. The key for this will be to allow yourself to stop and reflect. Allow yourself to feel bored. There is no learning without reflection, and that is the biggest menace we face today: not having time to reflect and learn from the barrage of information with which we are continuously bombarded.
Rather, we can use screens to communicate and bond with other people, and to set up face-to-face meetings in which we are not just face-to-face on video screens, but where we can touch each other and smell each other, where we can use all our human senses and not just vision and hearing. Friendships are formed by also shaking hands, hugging, kissing someone on the cheek. It just means that whenever we drop part of who we are our five or six senses, our values, our emotions and restrict ourselves to the rational, we are reducing ourselves to robots. The meaning of life is to enjoy life; and that means enjoying all the dimensions that make us who we are.
Globalisation is an economic phenomenon: the fact that it is now possible to communicate with clients all over the globe, advertising, taking orders and delivering goods and services. It is a common mistake to think that globalisation will lead to forming a single culture, washing out the different cultures existing all over the world. Culture is formed of layers, and as such it has been often compared to an onion. The outer layers are more visible and were described by Geert Hofstede as symbols, rituals and heroes.
These outer layers are more easily changed and are more affected by globalisation. They include, for instance, clothing, eating habits and music. Edgar H. Equality, therefore, in France, is a stated value, but not an underlying value; the core value in France, regarding that aspect, is respect for authority. The core values are very resistant to change; they change very slowly, if at all. They have remained almost the same for centuries in most countries. Think of culture as a giant spinning onion, approximately of the same size as Planet Earth.
Similarly, culture changes much faster on the surface, than at its core. People in Zambia and in Zanesville, Ohio, may use the same brand of smart phones, may drink Coke and wear jeans, but that does not mean that they have the same culture values. The superficial layers of culture may be moving towards a single culture, but the core differences are still there, pretty much intact. Will culture change faster in the future? Will even the core be more affected by globalisation, because of the increasing penetration of the internet? People everywhere are now more exposed to the superficial aspects of culture.
Americans now eat sushi and the Japanese eat hamburgers. However, the core values of each culture are determined by the way children are brought up, before they are ten years old. If this changes in such a way that suddenly kids are brought up the same way in Arkansas and in Afghanistan, then both cultures will become very similar, with similar core values.
Until that happens, the way people interact at home, at work and in their communities in general, will continue to be quite different, influenced by very different core values. Globalisation will affect the surface of culture, but will have much less impact on the core values. What is really going on at the essence of the universal health care discussion in the United States? How come the most powerful nation on Earth, by military and economic standards, is not able to provide health care to all its citizens?
To find answers, we must look beyond the sickening party politics and the chaotic legislation that shapes American Health Care. The millions affected by all this have been set aside. In essence, the issue should be simple: if everybody pays a little bit, everybody is entitled to a little bit of health care. The core discussion is then: how much does each person have to pay, and how much coverage does everybody get?
Everybody gets coverage, but maybe not a first class suite on the best hospital in Houston to have plastic surgery on your ear lobes. Behind all the rational analysis of the myriad of options available, it gets down to culture values and the emotions attached to them. Anything that challenges those deeply seated values elicits a strong emotional reaction, in every culture.
I once met a young American woman at an international event, just after Obamacare had begun implementation. In any other culture, this would not be considered a valid argument.
Indeed, the value-dimension of Individualism versus Collectivism can be seen as an unconscious dilemma that every society needs to solve: do we go towards one side of this polarity or should we tend towards the opposite? The statistical research studies carried out by Hofstede revealed that a few cultures tend towards Individualism, while most others go in the opposite direction, towards Collectivism.
After all, scoring high in Individualism does not preclude cooperation and solidarity. Teamwork and collaboration are possible in every culture, but they express themselves in different ways. In collectivistic cultures teamwork comes naturally, while taking individual responsibility requires extra effort. In America it is teamwork that requires the extra effort, especially if there is not a clear short-term goal to be achieved. Individual responsibility comes naturally, it is almost taken for granted as a given.
Perhaps they might, if they are able to simplify the overall issue. Right now people are discussing too many details in terms of what kind of coverage are certain groups entitled to, depending on age group, whether they are Federal Employees or not shockingly, congressmen have legislated in their own benefit, ensuring they themselves get coverage, while millions of others do not , depending on where they live and what kind of work they do. Maybe it would be easier if UHC were to be funded by a blanket 1-percentage point increase in income taxes, for instance, rather than by singling out a specific contribution to medical assistance.
If taxes were broken down into the different items they are destined to fund, we would see a lot of arguments about certain topics that do not bring benefit to certain individuals. Should single adults with no kids pay for public schools? If I never use public transport, why should I subsidize railroads? Each culture finds its own balance; America is still trying to find it regarding UHC. The puzzle will only be solved if people look at the overall forest, not at the trees or groups of trees. Obamacare was a bit of a Frankestein monster, too complicated and difficult for everyone involved.
The Republican alternative appears to be even worse, arguably. Perhaps Congress needs to scrap all of it, and come up with something simple, elegant and truly universal. If the Aussies did it, surely America can do it too: just forget about partisan squabbling for a minute and look at what needs to be done for the overall population.