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  • François Brunet (ed.), L’Amérique des images : Histoire et culture visuelle des Etats-Unis

    Affiche, magazine, timbre, carte postale, photographie, peinture, sculpture, installation, musée, architecture, cinéma, télévision, image numérique... ce livre est une traversée savoureuse et critique de l’Amérique-image. Vrai trésor de savoirs divers, savamment ordonnancés et clairement signalés, du visage de Lincoln sculpté dans le Mont Rushmore aux masques et mascarades de Cindy Sherman, L’Amérique des images est à la fois une histoire, une proposition théorique et une encyclopédie. Son am...

    Jenefer Robinson. Deeper than Reason, Emotion and its Role in Literature, Music and Art

    This book sets out to examine the role of emotion in both the construction and reception of art. It begins by a survey of recent theories of emotion and then applies them to the action of emotion in the fields of literature, music and, to a lesser extent, painting. Part One thus addresses the question of what emotions are and how they operate. It considers in particular the theory of emotions as judgements as argued by philosophers Robert Gordon, Gabriele Taylor, Robert Solomon, and William L...

    Liliane Louvel. Le Tiers pictural, pour une critique intermédiale

    Liliane Louvel, professeur émerite à l'Université de Poitiers, poursuit dans le domaine des études anglophones un travail d'une envergure encyclopédique sur les rapports entre littérature et peinture, rapports infinis selon Foucault qui disait le langage et la peinture « irréductibles l'un à l'autre ». Mais texte et image sont-ils pour autant incommensurables ? C'est à cette question de la commune mesure que s'est consacrée Liliane Louvel afin d'offrir au lecteur-chercheur une vision dialecti...

    The Counter Feats of Elaine Sturtevant (1924-2014)

    This article explores the work of Elaine Sturtevant whose œuvre is entirely composed of images borrowed or copied from other artists. From her first Warhol Flowers in 1965 to her late text performances, Sturtevant belligerently used iconic images by other artists trying not to make them different, but the same. In advance of the Appropriationists, whose critical fortune gave a new perspective on her pursuits, Sturtevant questioned originality and authorship; her actions shifted the material o...

    Jennifer L. Roberts, Transporting Visions. The Movement of Images in Early America

    Modern and, more especially, post-modern art has adamantly reinstated the picture-as-object next to the picture-as-illusion. Think of Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns. Whereas a long tradition —strategies of the frame, of linear perspective, of the internal relation of forms and narratives (2) — had virtualized the painting, much of the art since the 1960s has returned the issue of the work’s real space to the visual process: witness Smithson’s Land Art, Institutional Critique, the Instal...

    Finding the music: An Interview with Jerome Charyn on The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson

    Foreword by Sophie Vallas: Borrowing Lives, Stealing VoicesJerome Charyn’s books have always been happily welcomed in France, ever since the French met Isaac Sidel in the mid-1970s. The legend has it that Blue Eyes, Great Isaac and Marilyn the Wild jauntily entered the Série Noire as Marcel Duhamel’s last enthusiastic discovery. But in the following years, Jerome Charyn did not content himself with developing Isaac’s dark saga in a New York gone crazy. While the bandes dessinées he co-wrote w...

    Introduction

    Comment mesurer les événements du 11 septembre 2001 ? Des articles par milliers, de multiples travaux de recherche, des colloques partout dans le monde — et, plus à l’écart, des œuvres d’art — ont tenté depuis dix ans de le faire. Une mesure, trop rapide certes, serait de juxtaposer deux couvertures du magazine The New Yorker : celle en noir du 24 septembre 2001, créée par Art Spiegelman, et celle du 16 mai, 2011, dessinée par Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu ; la première cache et néanmoins montre les ...

    Introduction

    Comment mesurer les événements du 11 septembre 2001 ? Des articles par milliers, de multiples travaux de recherche, des colloques partout dans le monde — et, plus à l’écart, des œuvres d’art — ont tenté depuis dix ans de le faire. Une mesure, trop rapide certes, serait de juxtaposer deux couvertures du magazine The New Yorker : celle en noir du 24 septembre 2001, créée par Art Spiegelman, et celle du 16 mai, 2011, dessinée par Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu ; la première cache et néanmoins montre les ...

    Looking is an Art: An interview with Mike Weaver

    This interview was conducted with Dr. Mike Weaver after his talk on “Paul Strand, Art and Politics” for the visual arts research seminar of the Laboratoire d’Études et de Recherche sur le Monde Anglophone (LERMA) on October 2, 2012. We were curious in asking Mike Weaver more questions in regard to his work on Strand and more generally about his own way of looking at photographic images. Mike Weaver, born in Cornwall in 1937, taught poetry, film, and photography at the universities of Exeter ...

    A practical phase sensitive amplification scheme for two channel phase regeneration

    A "black-box" phase sensitive amplifier is presented achieving simultaneous suppression of deterministic phase distortion on two independent 42.66 Gbit/s DPSK modulated signal wavelengths.
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