Media Houses (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
217
Utgivningsdatum
2010-03-24
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Medarbetare
Ericson, Staffan (ed.), Riegert, Kristina (ed.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
num coloured and b, w
Illustrationer
coloured and b/w ill.
Dimensioner
222 x 152 x 12 mm
Vikt
317 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781433105838
Media Houses (häftad)

Media Houses

Architecture, Media, and the Production of Centrality

Häftad Engelska, 2010-03-24
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In much recent theory, the media are described as ephemeral, ubiquitous, and de-localized. Yet the activity of modern media can be traced to spatial centers that are tangible enough - some even monumental. This book offers multidisciplinary and historical perspectives on the buildings of some of the world's major media institutions. Paradoxically, as material and aesthetic manifestations of "mediated centers" of power, they provide sites to the siteless and solidity to the immaterial. The authors analyse the ways that architectural form and organization reflect different eras, media technologies, ideologies, and relations with the public in media houses from New York and Silicon Valley to London, Moscow, and Beijing.
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"The fascinating studies of the architecture of 'media houses' - the head-office buildings of powerful media corporations - brought together in this edited book, make a strikingly original contribution to current debates about the power of so-called 'central media'. Together they are a significant addition to our understanding of the ways in which the spaces and places of central media institutions contribute to defining the common, globalized world of the early twenty-first century. A 'must-read' for all of us concerned with global media today." (Paddy Scannell, University of Michigan) "This collection follows a wonderfully original pathway to understanding media: through the buildings that house them. The book offers a harvest of insight about the historical and cultural footprint of media by reading the built environments of media institutions in a diverse array of nations, styles, and moments." (John Durham Peters, University of Iowa) "The fascinating studies of the architecture of 'media houses' - the head-office buildings of powerful media corporations - brought together in this edited book, make a strikingly original contribution to current debates about the power of so-called 'central media'. Together they are a significant addition to our understanding of the ways in which the spaces and places of central media institutions contribute to defining the common, globalized world of the early twenty-first century. A 'must-read' for all of us concerned with global media today." (Paddy Scannell, University of Michigan) "This collection follows a wonderfully original pathway to understanding media: through the buildings that house them. The book offers a harvest of insight about the historical and cultural footprint of media by reading the built environments of media institutions in a diverse array of nations, styles, and moments." (John Durham Peters, University of Iowa)

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The Editors: Staffan Ericson is Associate Professor in Media and Communication at Soedertoern University, and head of the research project Media Houses. Kristina Riegert is Professor in Media and Communication at Stockholm University.

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Contents: Staffan Ericson/Kristina Riegert/Patrik Aker: Introduction - Staffan Ericson: The Interior of the Ubiquitous: Broadcasting House, London - Kristina Riegert: The End of the Iconic Home of Empire: Pondering the Move of the BBC World Service from Bush House - Patrik Aker: Ostankino TV Tower, Moscow: An Obsession with Space - Peter Jakobsson/Fredrik Stiernstedt: Googleplex and Informational Culture - Shannon Mattern: Edge Blending: Light, Crystalline Fluidity, and the Materiality of New Media at Gehry's IAC Headquarters - Sven-Olov Wallenstein: Looping Ideology: The CCTV Center in Beijing - Helena Mattsson: Real TV: Architecture as Social Media.