Visual and Audiovisual: from image to moving image
Source TitleJournal of Visual Culture
University of Melbourne Author/sCubitt, Sean
AffiliationCulture And Communication
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsCUBITT, S. (2002). Visual and Audiovisual: from image to moving image. Journal of Visual Culture, 1 (3), pp.359-368. https://doi.org/10.1177/147041290200100307.
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C1 - Journal Articles Refereed
The apparently arcane question of whether an image can move reveals key difficulties concerning the tasks facing visual culture. Among them are the lack of attention to graphic and animated images, to cartography, spreadsheets and databases and other workplace media, and to the relations between image and sound, and image and text. The step from still image to moving image concerns especially the temporal dimension of human communication, a focus too often missing from poststructural analyses. This article argues for the uses of visual cultural analysis in the emergence of new visual practices.
KeywordsCommunication and Media Studies; Screen and Media Culture; Other Cinema and Electronic Arts ; The Media
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