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by Damian Sutton

Free eBook Photography, Cinema, Memory: The Crystal Image of Time download ISBN: 0816647399
Author: Damian Sutton
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; 1 edition (August 5, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 296
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The use that Sutton gives to the deluzian crystal image to analyze photography is very original and it promotes an interdisciplinary approach to how we read photograph images

The use that Sutton gives to the deluzian crystal image to analyze photography is very original and it promotes an interdisciplinary approach to how we read photograph images. This book is guiding my understanding of the work of Deleuze on cinema, and is becoming a fundamental piece of the first chapter of my doctoral dissertation (which deals with the Spanish Civil war iconography). I would recommend this work to anybody that is currently working with photography. Even if you do not agree, he has some good remarks on our expectations on photography in general.

Photography, Cinema, Memory book He contrasts this taxonomy with representations of time in cinema since 1895, offering fresh readings of the films of the Lumière brothers and Mitchell.

Photography, Cinema, Memory book. In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Peter Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new understanding of the photographic image as always coming into being. He contrasts this taxonomy with representations of time in cinema since 1895, offering fresh readings of the films of the Lumière brothers and Mitchell & Kenyon, as well as more recent works including Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Amélie, and A Matter of Life and Death.

In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Peter Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new . Cinema and photography are both intimately associated with time-cinema with time in passing, the photograph with the lost moment.

In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Peter Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new understanding of t.

Sutton employs a Deleuzean reading of Bergson on time and proposes that Deleuze’s work on cinema will enable . But as in cinema, it is the translation of indiscernibility into the crystal that gives us an image of time in its pure state (Sutton:160).

Sutton employs a Deleuzean reading of Bergson on time and proposes that Deleuze’s work on cinema will enable him to produce a taxonomy of time in the photograph. The photographic (the moment, the image) and the cinematographic (the present- passing of immediate memory, image and movement) are central metaphors for Bergson in his analysis of time and the perception of time.

Damian Sutton explores time in both cinema and photography to present a radical new understanding of the photographic image as always coming into being. Drawing on Gilles Deleuze’s concept of the crystal image to move beyond the tropes of immobility, stasis, and death, Sutton’s analysis reveals the open-endedness of time expressed in the photograph. eISBN: 978-0-8166-6782-6. Subjects: Art & Art History. Vidocqwas not released in the United States, United Kingdom, or Australia

In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new understanding of the photographic image as always coming into being.

In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new understanding of the photographic image as always coming into being. University of Minnesota Press. Damian Sutton Is a Lecturer of Historical and Critical Studies at the Glasgow School of Art. Country of Publication.

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Cinema and photography are both intimately associated with time—cinema with time in passing, the photograph with the lost moment. In Photography, Cinema, Memory, Damian Peter Sutton explores time in both media to present a radical new understanding of the photographic image as always coming into being.Drawing on Gilles Deleuze’s concept of the crystal image to move beyond the tropes of immobility, stasis, and death, Sutton’s analysis reveals the open-endedness of time expressed in the photograph, either as a potential for an abundant future or as a depth of meandering remembrance. He presents an innovative taxonomy of time in the photograph, considering particular representations of time in the work of Nan Goldin, Eugène Atget, Andy Warhol, and others. He contrasts this taxonomy with representations of time in cinema since 1895, offering fresh readings of the films of the Lumière brothers and Mitchell & Kenyon, as well as more recent works including Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Amélie, and A Matter of Life and Death. Throughout this work, Sutton connects and grounds cinema and photography as starting points to comprehend how we come to terms, ultimately, with time itself as pure, immanent change.