Media Aesthetics Workshops - Page 5
Jon Inge Faldalen presents three texts of Edmund Husserl from Edmund Husserl by Sven-Olaf Wallenstein (ed.)
Ove Solum will show the short film "Eating Out" by Pål Sletaune for discussion.
The last media aesthetic workshop before the summer holiday, a celebration of the summer and our two years anniversary!
Karolina Bieszczad-Roley presents a text for discussion. The title will follow shortly.
Nadège Lourme Hanssen-Bauer presents the text: A Cinematic Embodied Ethics for discussion and feedback.
More information about the second text up for discussion will follow shortly.
Steffen Krüger's paper: Between Mourning, Melancholia, and Repression – Media Reactions to recent findings of Neo-Nazi Terrorism in Germany for discussion and feedback.
Audun Solli's paper 'Analyzing society by viewing cinema: The why and the how with Gilles Deleuze and Robert Entman'.
Ingrid Hoelzl are for the time being working with a chapter in her forthcoming book. Therefore she wishes to discuss one of the central texts of this chapter: "Entering a risky territory" by Bruno Latour et al.
Audun Solli presents the text Analyzing society by viewing cinema: The why and the how with Gilles Deleuze and Robert Entman for discussion and feedback.
Johanne K. Servoll presents extracts from McLuhan's Gutenberg Galaxy.
Ragnhild Tronstad and Synne Skjulstad are presenting the text Persuasive Interaction for discussion and feedback.
Ingrid Hoelzl presents Canadian media aesthetics. Texts: Chapter 9 and 10 from Janine Marchessault's book Marshall McLuhan: Cosmic Media. The presentation and discussion will proceed in English.
Media Aesthetic Special: Christmas end-of-term party
The last media aesthetical workshop in 2011 is expanded with one hour, from 1315 to 1600.
Sara Rundgren Yazdani presents the paper "Cross Section of Revolution: The aesthetic experience of audio sound in contemporary art installations" as part of the module Mevit 4895 Conference participation.
Helge Rønning presents Alexander Kluge, after a screening of a Kluge-film. Discussion will follow.
Ove Solum presents Friedrich Kittler's Optiske medier - to forelesninger.
Taina Bucher presents text for discussion, feedback and comments.
Susanne Østby Sæther presents Wolfgang Ernst's Sorlet ur arkiven.
Jon Inge Faldalen presents text for discussion, feedback and comments.
The first presentations of this fall's theme: German Media Aesthetic. Steffen Krüger presents the epilogue of "Medienästhetische Schriften" by Walter Benjamin. The text is written by Dettlev Schöttker.
Ove Solum shows the film "Bak lukkede dører" by Aleksander Nordaas. The film lasts for nine minutes and can be accessed at the web. Please have a look at the film before the meeting.
Susanne Østby Sæther presents a text.
The text : "Adressing Media" by W.J.T. Mitchell is introduced by Ragnhild Tronstad and opens the discussion.
Synne Skjulstad presents the Acne-project.
Johanne Kielland Servoll presents a text for discussion.
Topic: The Digitalization of the Norwegian Cinema: Aesthetical, Institutional and Cultural Political consequences.
Discussion of potential research- and student projects.
Trine Krigsvoll Haagensen presents the Ph.D. project " Kunnskap om bilder av kunnskap".
Gry Rustad presents "Enigma and Ereignis: narrative and non-narrative time in The Wire, Mad Men, and Arrested Development".
Thomas Elsaesser opens under the title "Digital Cinema: Paradoxes, Contradictions and the Logic of the Supplement".
Liv Hausken presents the first draft of the article "Forensic Fiction and The Normalization of Surveillance".
Synne Skjulstad presents material from her Acne-project, followed by discussion.
Text: Miriam Hansen, "Why Media Aesthetics?". Audun Engelstad opens the discussion.
Jon Inge Faldalen and Gry Rustad: Uncomedy and Absurdedy.