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Cinema sound at the crossroads : a century of identity crises
(Peter Lang, 2004)
Dark waters : spotlight on immersion
This paper combines several empirical studies and some theoretical research to shed some light on the dark, undefined waters in which we plunge when we are “immersed”. Immersion, across all media, comes in three different ...
The Work Print
(Österreichisches Filmmuseum, 2008)
Landscape all'Antica and Topographical Anachronism in Roman Fresco Painting of the Sixteenth Century
Anachronistic topographical landscapes of the 16th century can be understood as “symptoms” of a “way of seeing” affected by the human psyche and by memory. Many topographical landscapes all'antica in fresco paintings of ...
There’s More to the Camera’s Obscura Than Meets the Eye