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The Power of the In-Between
Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection289
The Power of the In-Between: Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection gathers fourteen individual case studies where intermedial issues?issues concerning that which takes place in between media?are explored in relation to a range of different cultural objects and contexts, different methodological approaches, and different disciplinary perspectives. The cases investigate the intermediality of such manifold objects and phenomena as contemporary installation art, twentieth-century geography books, renaissance sculpture, media theory, and public architecture of the 1970s. They also bring together scholars from the disciplines of art history, comparative literature, theatre studies, musicology, and the history of ideas.
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Starting out from an inclusive understanding of intermediality as ?relations between media conventionally perceived as different,? each author specifies and investigates ?intermediality? in their own particular case; that is, each examines how it is inflected by particular objects, methods, and research questions. ?Intermediality? thus serves both as a concept employed to cover an inclusive range of cultural objects, cultural contexts, methodological approaches, and so on, and as a concept to be modelled out by the particular cases it is brought to bear on. Rather than merely applying a predefined concept, the objectives are experimental. The authors explore the concept of intermediality as a malleable tool of research.
This volume further makes a point of transgressing the divide between media history and semiotically and/or aesthetically oriented intermedial studies. The former concerns the specificity of media technologies and media interrelations in socially, politically, and epistemologically defined space and time, and the latter targets formal considerations of media objects and its various meaning-making elements. These two conventionally separated fields of research are integrated in order to produce a richer understanding of the analytical and historical, as well as the aesthetic and technological, conditions and possibilities of intermedial phenomena.
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introduction (christer johansson and sonya petersson)
PART ONE: ARTEFACTS
in between life and death: sophie calle’s Rachel, Monique (2014) (Jørgen Bruhn and Henriette Thune)
the intersection between film and opera in the 1960s: ingmar bergman’s Hour of the Wolf as an Example of Formal Imitation (Johanna Ethnersson Pontara)
figures of migration: intertextuality in michelangelo’s Night (Peter Gillgren)
the unlimited performativity of instruction art: Space Transformer by Yoko Ono (Magdalena Holdar)
from folk tale to photomontage: a transformation through a stage performance (rikard hoogland)
Today’s Cake is a Log : Remediating the Intermediality of Hotel Pro Forma’s Works in an Exhibition (Daria Skjoldager-Nielsen and Kim Skjoldager-Nielsen)
PART TWO: NETWORKS
panoramic visions: sven hedin in “transhimalaya” 1906–1909 (staffan bergwik)
the lithographic album 1873: reproductive media and visual art in the age of lithographic reproduction (anna dahlgren)
stages of consumerism: mass advertising and children’s literature in early twentieth-century sweden (elina druker)
mediating public cultural policy: buildings, bills, and films as governmentality (fredrik krohn andersson)
PART THREE: CONCEPTS
“the analogue”: conceptual connotations of a historical medium (sara callahan)
unfixing the concept of illustration: its historiographical ambivalence and analytical potential (sonya petersson)
song as event: on intermediality and the auditory (erik wallrup)
old and new media: on the construction of media history (christer johansson)
Sonya Petersson is a postdoctoral researcher and senior lecturer at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University. She received her PhD in art history (2014) and is currently
working on the research project Graphic Illustration: Concepts and Combined Mediality from the Point of View of Mechanical Reproduction (2016-2018).
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1335-1080 Christer Johansson is a research officer and senior lecturer at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University. He received his PhD in literary studies (2008) and is currently working on the research projects Concepts of Mediality: A Metatheoretical Investigation of Intermedial Studies and Media Theory and The Materialised Word: Medium and Meaning in Eyvind Johnson's Prose Fiction.
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5350-6916 Magdalena Holdar is senior lecturer in art history at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University. Former director of its Curating Art international master's programme, her research involves the performative aspects of art, exhibition making, and the curatorial. Currently, she is investigating Fluxus from the perspective of its organization as a transnational network.