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by Victor Burgin

  • ISBN: 0520202996
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Victor Burgin
  • Subcategory: Humanities
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press (October 31, 1996)
  • Pages: 329 pages
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Victor Burgin has an extraordinary talent for writing about 'everyday life, ' melding together a category crucial to Freud, but also to Breton, the surrealists, Lefebvre, and the situationists. In/Different Spaces presents the postmodern world. with a dimension of lived experience which is surprisingly rare. -Peter Wollen, author of Raiding the Icebox: Reflections on Twentieth-Century Culture.

1996 In/Different Spaces: place and memory in visual culture, Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California .

1996 In/Different Spaces: place and memory in visual culture, Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California Press. 1997 Szerelmes Levelek/Love Letters, Mücsarnok Museum, Budapest. 2000 Victor Burgin: Robert Gwathmey Lectures, New York, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art 1997 Venise, London, Black Dog Publishing. 2000 Shadowed, London, Architectural Association. 2001 Victor Burgin, Barcelona, Fundació Antoni Tàpies. 2002 Relocating, London and Bristol, Arnolfini. 2004 Ensayos, Barcelona, Gustavo Gili. 2004 The Remembered Film, London, Reaktion Books.

In this context Victor Burgin adopts an original critical strategy. In/Different Spaces explores the construction of identities in the psychical space between perception and consciousness, drawing upon psychoanalytic theories to describe the constitution and maintenance of "self" and "us"-in imaginary spatial and temporal relations to "other" and "them"-through the all-important relay of images. For Burgin, the image is never a transparent representation of the world but rather a principal player on the stage of history.

In this paper, we intend to study the thematic of the poetic work of Alexandre Herculano and José Saramago. However, there remain some prblems, especially concerning CPU time and memory space in 3 dimensions

In this paper, we intend to study the thematic of the poetic work of Alexandre Herculano and José Saramago. This analyzes aims to show how the poets rebuild, through different ways, the History by fiction. Neste trabalho, pretendemos abordar a temática histórica na obra de Alexandre Herculano e José Saramago, explicitando como os escritores reconstroem, através de diferentes estratégias. However, there remain some prblems, especially concerning CPU time and memory space in 3 dimensions. A third method which utilizes the advantages of both methods was proposed as a "combination method" and is mainly applied to open field problems.

Burgin's book is a wonderful contribution to the growing field of visual culture. All delivered with good humor and supplemented by personal anecdote, this book is absolutely vital for anyone interesting in visual culture.

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In/Different Spaces : Place and Memory in Visual Culture.

In/Different Spaces : Place and Memory in Visual Culture. By (author) Victor Burgin. Free delivery worldwide. Recent discussions about the culture of images have focused on issues of identity - sexual, racial, national - and the boundaries that define subjectivity. In this context Victor Burgin adopts an original critical strategy.

In/different spaces : place and memory in visual culture, Victor Burgin

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Recent discussions about the culture of images have focused on issues of identity―sexual, racial, national―and the boundaries that define subjectivity. In this context Victor Burgin adopts an original critical strategy. He understands images less in traditional terms of the specific institutions that produce them, such as cinema, photography, advertising, and television, and more as hybrid mental constructs composed of fragments derived from the heterogeneous sources that together constitute the "media." Through deft analyses of a photograph by Helmut Newton, Parisian cityscapes, the space of the department store, a film by Ousmane Sembéne, and the writings of Henri Lefebvre, Andrè Breton, and Roland Barthes, Burgin develops an incisive theory of our culture of images and spectacle.In/Different Spaces explores the construction of identities in the psychical space between perception and consciousness, drawing upon psychoanalytic theories to describe the constitution and maintenance of "self" and "us"―in imaginary spatial and temporal relations to "other" and "them"―through the all-important relay of images. For Burgin, the image is never a transparent representation of the world but rather a principal player on the stage of history.

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