Re: [Frameworks] researching

From: jeanne LIOTTA (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jan 20 2011 - 09:38:56 PST


Yes actaully he started with an image of Invisible Cinema! Very interesting
suggestions JOhn, thank you!!
And Jason!

On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 6:33 AM, John Matturri <email suppressed>wrote:

> Can't think of any specifically cinematic text, but I suspect that there
> may be something that could be done here with mirror-neuron based simulation
> approaches to empathy. The (speculative) idea would be that the audience
> gets mutually in tune with each other through common responses to what's on
> screen. And whatever else may be going on that is the basis of the sense
> that one has of a surrounding audience. (Kubelka's original Invisible Cinema
> Anthology Film Archive theater would have been a great place to do
> comparative research on this.) Vittorio Galesse's writings would be a good
> place to start looking.
>
> j
>
>
> On 1/20/11 1:35 AM, jeanne LIOTTA wrote:
>
> Thank you for asking Maik--yes I am speaking specifically of *the affective
> experience of communal spectatorship in the cinema*--not so much sensuality
> /the gaze /touch etc. and teh texts thereof, which we are aware of.
>
> The Sobchack and Deleuze on the table now! but several other texts
> mentioned here seem useful, thanks to all.
>
> J.
>
> On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 8:27 PM, Maik Kleinschmidt <
> email suppressed> wrote:
>
>> Physiological as in a sensual, bodily or affective experience of
>> cinema?
>> From my own research I would recommend looking at the following (in
>> addition to what's been suggested in earlier posts):
>>
>> Cinema and Sensation: French film and the art of transgression -
>> Martine Beugnet
>>
>> On cinematic mimesis in Agnes Varda's The Gleaners and I:
>> 'The Poetics of a Potato: Documentary that Gets Under the Skiní, Metro
>> 137, 126-131 - Anne Rutherford
>>
>> Le Corps concret: Of Bodily and Filmic Material Excess in. Philippe
>> Grandrieux's Cinema<http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/eserv/UQ:120064/HAINGE.pdf> -
>> Greg Hainge
>>
>> Aside from Vivian Sobchack's work, Steven Shaviro's Cinematic Body is
>> often referenced in this context, although he himself now seems to regard<http://www.shaviro.com/Othertexts/Cinematic.pdf> it
>> as 'speculative'.
>>
>> This is on visual art, but I found that many things addressed in here
>> apply to moving image just as well:
>> Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation - G. Deleuze (found it much more
>> approachable than his texts on the cinema, not least because it is
>> comparatively compact)
>>
>> Lacan's theory of the Real might also be worth looking at in this
>> regard, depending on the scope of the research.
>>
>>
>> Maik
>>
>>
>> On 19 Jan 2011, at 22:33, jeanne LIOTTA wrote:
>>
>> Hello FW'ers
>>
>> I am advising a student who is doing research on the relationship on the
>> cinematic experience to the physiological--any advice on texts to offer ?
>>
>>
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