By Seung-hoon Jeong
In this e-book, Seung-hoon Jeong introduces the cinematic interface as a touch floor that mediates among picture and topic, providing that this mediation be understood now not easily as obvious and effective yet relatively as asymmetrical, ambivalent, immanent, and multidirectional. Jeong enlists the hot media time period "interface" to convey to movie conception an artificial proposal of interfaciality as underlying the multifaceted nature of either the picture and subjectivity. Drawing on more than a few movies, Jeong examines cinematic interfaces visible on display and the spectator’s adventure of them, together with: the direct visual appeal of a camera/filmstrip/screen, the character’s physically touch with this sort of medium-interface, the object’s floor and the subject’s face as "quasi-interface," and the picture itself. each one of those case reports serves as a platform for remapping and revamping significant options in movie reports similar to suture, embodiment, phantasm, signification, and indexicality. seeking to such theories because the ontology of the picture and the phenomenology of the physique, this unique theorization of the cinematic interface not just bargains a conceptual framework for rethinking and re-linking movie and media experiences, but additionally indicates a basic concept of the interface.
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