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Lev Manovich

The Language of New Media

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword x
Mark Tribe
Prologue: Vertov`s Dataset xiv
Acknowledgments xxvii
Introduction 2(1)
A Personal Chronology
3(3)
Theory of the Present
6(2)
Mapping New Media: Method
8(3)
Mapping New Media: Organization
11(1)
The Terms: Language, Object, Representation
12(6)
What Is New Media?
18(44)
How Media Became New
21(6)
Principles of New Media
27(22)
Numerical Representation
27(3)
Modularity
30(2)
Automation
32(4)
Variability
36(9)
Transcoding
45(4)
What New Media Is Not
49(13)
Cinema as New Media
50(2)
The Myth of the Digital
52(3)
The Myth of Interactivity
55(7)
The Interface
62(54)
The Language of Cultural Interfaces
69(25)
Cultural Interfaces
69(4)
Printed Word
73(5)
Cinema
78(10)
HCI: Representation versus Control
88(6)
The Screen and the User
94(22)
A Screen`s Genealogy
95(8)
The Screen and the Body
103(8)
Representation versus Simulation
111(5)
The Operations
116(60)
Menus, Filters, Plug-Ins
123(13)
The Logic of Selection
123(6)
``Postmodernism`` and Photoshop
129(3)
From Object to Signal
132(4)
Compositing
136(25)
From Image Streams to Modular Media
136(5)
The Resistance to Montage
141(4)
Archeology of Compositing: Cinema
145(4)
Archeology of Compositing: Video
149(3)
Digital Compositing
152(3)
Compositing and New Types of Montage
155(6)
Teleaction
161(15)
Representation versus Communication
161(3)
Telepresence: Illusion versus Action
164(3)
Image-Instruments
167(1)
Telecommunication
168(2)
Distance and Aura
170(6)
The Illusions
176(36)
Synthetic Realism and Its Discontents
184(15)
Technology and Style in Cinema
185(3)
Technology and Style in Computer Animation
188(7)
The Icons of Mimesis
195(4)
The Synthetic Image and Its Subject
199(6)
Georges Melies, the Father of Computer Graphics
200(1)
Jurassic Park and Socialist Realism
201(4)
Illusion, Narrative, and Interactivity
205(7)
The Forms
212(74)
The Database
218(26)
The Database Logic
218(3)
Data and Algorithm
221(4)
Database and Narrative
225(4)
Paradigm and Syntagm
229(4)
A Database Complex
233(4)
Database Cinema: Greenaway and Vertov
237(7)
Navigable Space
244(42)
Doom and Myst
244(9)
Computer Space
253(6)
The Poetics of Navigation
259(9)
The Navigator and the Explorer
268(5)
Kino-Eye and Simulators
273(8)
EVE and Place
281(5)
What Is Cinema?
286(49)
Digital Cinema and the History of a Moving Image
293(16)
Cinema, the Art of the Index
293(3)
A Brief Archeology of Moving Pictures
296(2)
From Animation to Cinema
298(2)
Cinema Redefined
300(7)
From Kino-Eye to Kino-Brush
307(2)
The New Language of Cinema
309(26)
Cinematic and Graphic: Cinegratography
309(5)
The New Temporality: The Loop as a Narrative Engine
314(8)
Spatial Montage and Macrocinema
322(4)
Cinema as an Information Space
326(4)
Cinema as a Code
330(5)
Index 335
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352 pagina's
Januari 2002
554 gram
229 x 180 x 19 mm
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