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2013 | 12 | 21 |
Article title

Photographic enclave. New York City and its inhabitants through camera lens

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PL
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The title phrase “photographic enclave” expresses the condition of projects that tell about a city using a photographic medium. The article discusses three audiovisual works that use photos to portray New York and its inhabitants: Smoke by Wayne Wang and Paul Auster, Stefan Nadelman’s Terminal Bar, and the multimedia project One in 8 Million. The works represent a variety of film models (drama, documentary, interactive media), and their authors use the formal and cognitive aspects of photography in a different ways. The aim of the article is to analyze the function of photography for portraying urban communities and to see if this treatment was successful.
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Photographic enclave. New York City and its inhabitants through camera lensThe title phrase “photographic enclave” expresses the condition of projects that tell about a city using a photographic medium. The article discusses three audiovisual works that use photos to portray New York and its inhabitants: Smoke by Wayne Wang and Paul Auster, Stefan Nadelman’s Terminal Bar, and the multimedia project One in 8 Million. The works represent a variety of film models (drama, documentary, interactive media), and their authors use the formal and cognitive aspects of photography in a different ways. The aim of the article is to analyze the function of photography for portraying urban communities and to see if this treatment was successful.
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12
Issue
21
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published
2013
online
2013-01-13
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_i_2013_21_21
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