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History of Cinema Without Names/4 Exposing the Moving Image (Paperback)

The Cinematic Medium Across World Fairs, Art Museums and Cultural Exhibitions

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Imprint: Mimesis International
Series: Udine/Gorizia Conference Proceedings
Pages: 516
Illustrations: 140
ISBN: 9788869772306
Published: 31st January 2020

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The XXV FilmForum Cinematic Medium Across World Fairs, Art Museums, and Cultural Exhibitions conference has been devoted to exploring the interrelations between moving images, the cinematic medium and other arts and media as seen through global exhibiting events, such as the Large International Exhibitions, the Universal Expositions and the world fairs throughout the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. The general aim has been to shed light on the meaningful interrelations between moving images, media and arts throughout modernity and postmodernity – which means encompassing the pre-cinema, cinema and post-cinema eras, with a specific focus on Universal Expositions. In fact, the Universal Expositions proved to be a crucial and privileged field of excavation and investigation on the emergence as well as on the fluctuant re-configurations of the moving images within the broad media environment of the modern era.

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