August Strindberg and Visual Culture

The Emergence of Optical Modernity in Image, Text and Theatre
 
 
Bloomsbury Visual Arts (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 20. September 2018
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  • 248 Seiten
 
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August Strindberg and Visual Culture addresses the multiplicity of Strindberg's artistic and literary output. The book charts the vital intersections between theatre, aesthetic theory, and visual elements in his work that have been left largely unexplored. Rather than following traditional genre-bound critical approaches, this book focuses on the intermediality of individual works, the corpus as a whole, and their connections to a wide array of historical and contemporary artists, writers, photographers, film, theatre and museum practitioners. The book is beautifully illustrated, with many never-before-seen images from Strindberg's work, and includes contributions from actress Liv Ullmann, director Robert Wilson, and curator and museum director Daniel Birnbaum.
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  • Englisch
  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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54 colour and 60 bw illus
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978-1-5013-3801-4 (9781501338014)
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Jonathan Schroeder is William A. Kern Professor in Communications at Rochester Institute of Technology, USA.

Anna Westerstahl Stenport is Chair and Professor in the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.

Eszter Szalczer is Professor of Theatre and Head of History, Literature and Criticism of the Theatre Program at the University at Albany, New York, USA.
Foreword: An Extraordinary Transdisciplinary Artist
Daniel Birnbaum, The Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden
1. Introduction: Visual Culture, August Strindberg, and The Double Image of Modernity
Eszter Szalczer, Anna Westerstahl Stenport, and Jonathan Schroeder
2. Hands, Dissection, and Embodied Seeing: Strindberg and Munch
Allison Morehead, Queen's University, Canada
3. May the Force Be With You": Strindberg's Paintings
Arnold Weinstein, Brown University, USA
4. Strindberg the Environmentalist? Blood-stained Landscapes and the French Tradition of Nature Painting
Eszter Szalczer, University at Albany, SUNY, USA
5. Ghosts of the Brain Made Real: Anti-theatricality, Visuality, and Disembodiment Across Strindberg's Late Chamber Media
Amy Holzapfel, Williams College, USA
6. Méliès's Dream Film and Strindberg's Dream Play: Compressing Time and Space
Scott MacKenzie, Queen's University, Canada, and Anna Westerståhl Stenport, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
7. Strindberg and the Images of the Stage: A Dramaturg's Perspective
Magnus Florin, The Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
8. Staging Strindberg's A Dream Play: A Visual Essay
Robert Wilson, Artist and Director
9. Robert Wilson's Photographic Elements of A Dream Play
Jonathan Schroeder, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
10. Dream-Playing the Archive: Exploring the 1915-18 Düsseldorf production of A Dream Play
Astrid von Rosen, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
11. Anticipations of the Digital: Dispersing Strindberg
Berndt Clavier, Malmö University, Sweden, and Timothy Engström, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
12. Picturing Miss Julie: Gender and Visuality in Performance Practice
Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Art, Sweden
13. Strindberg's Self-Portraits in Context
Lisa Hostetler, George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York, USA
14. My Strindberg Selfies
Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
15. Scenography, Photography, Cinematography: Strindberg and the Technologies of Visual Representation
Freddie Rokem, Tel Aviv University, Israel
16. Liv Ullmann's Miss Julie: An Interview with Reflections
Liv Ullmann, Director and Actress

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