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Deep Mediations, Thinking Space in Cinema and Digital Cultures

Author
edited by Karen Redrobe and Jeff Scheible
Publisher / Label
University of Minnesota Press
Country
USA
Language
English
Publication year
2021
Type of publication
book
Number of pages
406
ISBN
978-1517908904

Index

Contents

Preface

Part I. Depths of the Moving Image: Perception, Spectatorship, and Film Theory
1. From the Flat Plane, an Architecture of Light: Filming Space in Interwar Animation
Katherine Rochester
2. Locomotive Views: Lateral Movement and the Flatness of the Moving Image
Jordan Schonig
3. Deep in the Cave
Jean Ma
4. On a Lonely Planet, Feeling-in-Depth: Wong Kar-wai’s 2046 and Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil
Jinhee Choi

Part II. Depth Hermeneutics and Surface Turns
5. Depth Effects: Citizen Kane, Citizenfour, and the Deep Time of Cinema
Jeff Scheible
6. Bankers Dream of Banking, or Against the Interpretation of Dreams
Jennifer Fay
7. Blackness at the Heart: Extruding Sovereignty in Nancy’s and Denis’s The Intruder
Alessandra Raengo and Laurel Ahnert
8. Inaudible Evidence: Counterforensic Listening in Contemporary Documentary Art
Pooja Rangan
9. To Narrate or Describe? Experimental Documentary beyond Docufiction
Erika Balsom

Part III. Deep Space, Deep Time
10. Sinkholes, GIFs, and Cinematic Eco-catastrophe
Karl Schoonover
11. Underground Film: Thinking Vertically across the and of Cinema and Media Studies
Karen Redrobe
12. Transparency at Depth: Dark Mediation of the Deep Seabed
Lisa Han
13. Depth Mediators: Undersea Cables, Network Infrastructure, and the Deep Ocean
Nicole Starosielski
14. From Planetary Depth to Surface Measure, or How to Read the Future from an Image
Jussi Parikka

Part IV. Deep Networks
15. Depth in Deep Learning: Knowledgeable, Layered, Impenetrable
Taylor Arnold and Lauren Tilton
16. From Stereoscopic Depth to Deep Learning
Brooke Belisle
17. The Deep Realness of Deepfake Pornography: A Conversation
Shaka McGlotten, Susanna Paasonen, and John Paul Stadler

Acknowledgments
Contributors
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