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TH [S14]-2

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Sergio Costola

on 27 January 2015

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Transcript of TH [S14]-2

How do Images Work?
saying and seeing
mystification of images
mechanical reproduction of images
conclusions
Albrecht Dürer
The visible world is arranged for the spectator as the universe was once thought to be arranged for God
Pablo Picasso
Velazquez, Las Meninas
Roland Barthes, Rhetoric of the Image
How does meaning get into the image?
Where does it end?
And if it ends, what is there beyond?
linguistic message
coded iconic message (denoted)
non-coded iconic message (connoted)
Linguistic message
anchorage
relay
anchorage
to fix the floating chain
from identification to interpretation (directed)
image exercise
polysemous nature of images
relay
realized at the level of the story (theatre and film)
Photograph vs. drawing (158)
here-now
there-then
(159)
in theatre?
The denoted image naturalizes the symbolic message (159)
The language of the image is not merely the totality of utterances emitted, it is also the totality of utterances received
The second order of signification is cultural and literal
The third level of signification is perceptual and symbolic

Theatre
I
II
III
Ibsen, A Doll House
Miller's Death of a Salesman
http://livedesignonline.com/theatre/0507_death_salesman_drawings
Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone
Beckett's Waiting for Godot
Parks' The America Play
Roberto Rossellini (1906–1977)
The Age of the Medici (1973)
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