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Enactive Cinematic Perception

The Cinema as Exploration of the (Re)Presented World

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The Cinema as Exploration of the (Re)Presented World

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Since the arrival of cinema, film theorists have studied how spectators perceive the representations that the medium offers to our senses. Early film theorists have bent their heads over what cinema is, how cinema can be seen as art, but also over what cinema is capable of. One of the earliest film theorists, Hugo Münsterberg argued in 1916 that the uniqueness of cinema, or as he calls it photoplay, lies in the way it offers the possibility to represent our mental perception and organisation of the reality, or the world we live in: “the photoplay tells us the human story by overcoming the forms of the outer world, namely, space, time, and causality, and by adjusting the events to the forms of the inner world, namely, attention, memory, imagination, and emotion” (Münsterberg [1916] 2004, 402)

OrganisatieHogeschool Utrecht
AfdelingKenniscentrum Sociale Innovatie
LectoraatToegang tot Recht
Gepubliceerd inAnthropoetics: The Journal of Generative Anthropology Vol. 23, Uitgave: 1
Datum2017-12-01
TypeArtikel
TaalEngels

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