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In the Studio

Visual Creation and Its Material Environments

Brian R. Jacobson (Hrsg.)

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Theater, Ballett


Studios are, at once, material environments and symbolic forms, sites of artistic creation and physical labor, and nodes in networks of resource circulation. They are architectural places that generate virtual spaces—worlds built to build worlds. Yet, despite being icons of corporate identity, studios have faded into the background of critical discourse and into the margins of film and media history. In response, In the Studio demonstrates that when we foreground these worlds, we gain new insights into moving-image culture and the dynamics that quietly mark the worlds on our screens. Spanning the twentieth century and moving globally, this unique collection tells new stories about studio icons—Pinewood, Cinecittà, Churubusco, and CBS—as well as about the experimental workplaces of filmmakers and artists from Aleksandr Medvedkin to Charles and Ray Eames and Hollis Frampton.

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art studio, film studio, digital arts lab, aleksandr medvedkin, brazil, industry, arts production, studio system, artists space, nikkatsu mukojima, cbs, technology, hollis frampton, cinecitt, architecture, illumination, mosfilm, film, pinewood, studio space, glass studio, media studies, film production, cinema, space theory, ray eames, lucasfilm, media history, production studio, filmmaking, eames brothers, media technologies, creativity, churubusco, light, film history, charles eames