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KOSMORAMA #258: KROPSSPROG I LEVENDE BILLEDER

Der er ikke skrevet mange akademiske linjer om kropssprog i levende billeder. Det råder vi bod på med dette nummer af Kosmorama. Vi lægger ud med en generelt introducerende artikel om, hvordan kropssprog på film og tv altid er medieret:
The Moving Image:
Body Language and Media Context

Lennard Højbjerg
Et oplagt sted at analysere kropssprog er i den stumme film, hvor spillet og medieringen af kroppen skal skabe betydning for publikum. Det ser Casper Tybjerg på i artiklen:
Figures in Landscapes:
Cognitive Theater Theory and Expressive Bodies in 1920s Scandinavian Film

Casper Tybjerg
Artfilmens særlige måde at blokere publikums betydningsdannelse via kropssproget analyserer Henry Bacon i sit casestudy af Hanekes Caché:
Expressing Suppression:
Body Language, Information Distribution and the Frustrated Quest for Fictional Truth in Haneke’s Caché

Henry Bacon
At både mainstreamfilmen, den erotiske film og pornofilmen lægger snærende bånd på penisens udfoldelsesmuligheder er emnet for Mariah Larssons artikel:
Making Love Detumescently:
Some Preliminary Notes on the Body Language of the Penis

Mariah Larsson
Vi slutter på den røde løber ved den årlige Oscar-uddeling, hvor stjernernes kroppe poserer for klikkende kameraer i en stærkt koreograferet forestilling. Helle Kannik Haastrup står for artiklen:
Movie Stars in the Flesh:
The Live Red Carpet Oscars Event

Helle Kannik Haastrup
Dette temanummer udspringer af et toårigt netværksprojekt om kropssprog i levende billeder, ledet af lektor Lennard Højbjerg, Københavns Universitet, og Lars-Martin Sørensen, DFI.  Filmlektor ved Københavns Universitet, Casper Tybjerg, har været medredaktør.
 

KOSMORAMA NEWSLETTER #10


KOSMORAMA #258: BODY LANGUAGE IN THE MOVING IMAGE


Research on body language in the moving image is scarce. In this issue of Kosmorama we present five new articles on how body language is mediated in different audiovisual genres.

First, Lennard Højbjerg’s general introduction discusses how body language in film and on television is always mediated to some degree:
The silent movie makes for an obvious study of how body language – not dialogue - conveys meaning in the movies. Casper Tybjerg analyzes this phenomenon in: Art films tend to restrict the distribution of character information and therefore prompt viewers to pay attention to body language. Taking Haneke’s Caché as a case, Henry Bacon sheds light on the peculiarities of body language in the art film in his article: That mainstream film, erotic film and pornography all restrict the expressive possibilities of the body language of the penis is the concern of Mariah Larsson’s article: Finally, we turn to the red carpet at the Oscars for a highly stylized and utterly choreographed real live event: Helle Kannik Haastrup’s analysis of the body language employed by the stars on the night where the winner is… This theme issue of Kosmorama is the outcome of a two-year network study of body language in the moving image co-organized by associate professor at Copenhagen University Lennard Højbjerg and Head of Research Unit at DFI, Lars-Martin Sørensen. Associate professor Casper Tybjerg, Copenhagen University, co-edited.
 
 
You can find all the Kosmorama articles in English here:
Kosmorama/English/Articles

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