The Shape of Spectatorship: Art, Science, and Early Cinema in Germany
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0231134029, 0231134037 | 394 pages | PDF | 33,4 MB
Scott Curtis draws our eye to the role of scientific, medical, educational, and aesthetic observation in shaping modern spectatorship.
Focusing on the nontheatrical use of motion picture technology in Germany between the 1890s and World War I, he follows researchers, teachers, and intellectuals as they negotiated the fascinating, at times fraught relationship between technology, discipline, and expert vision.
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