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... philosophy could be productively rewritten in terms of the framing of sense-perception and, in particular, the sense perception of everyday things as a model for experience in general (Sandywell 2011). Such a history would necessarily take...

Mapping the Visual Field: A Bibliographical Guide

The Handbook of Visual Culture

Berg, 2012

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... Norman Bryson, Michael Ann Holly and Keith Moxey, eds., Visual Culture: Images and Interpretations (1994) Ian Heywood and Barry Sandywell...
... that we need to critically recover the history and philosophical presuppositions of earlier forms of visual analysis and our commonsense understandings of audiovisual experience (exemplified in Barry Sandywell’s programmatic chapter...

Editorial Introduction

The Handbook of Visual Culture

Berg, 2012

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... environmental sciences and so on).Against the background of radical conceptual changes in our sociological understanding of culture and in particular visual culture Barry Sandywell attempts to formulate the burgeoning field of new visual...
... and Barry Sandywell , eds. 1999. Interpreting Visual Culture: Explorations in the Hermeneutics of the Visual . London and New York : Routledge....
... http://www.notbored.org/space.html . Barry Sandywell 2011. Dictionary of Visual Discourse: A Dialectical Lexicon of Terms . Farnham : Ashgate....

Beyond Museology: Reframing the Sensorium

The Handbook of Visual Culture

Berg, 2012

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...[I]deology, roughly speaking, is about what we think we see when we aren’t really looking.—Homi Bhabha Magnificat anima mea Dominum.—Luke 1:46 It has not gone unremarked that a fair amount of contemporary visual culture...
...Epochalism/Digitalization Epochalism is rife within much contemporary social theory. As Savage (2009a: 218) views it, much sociological discourse attempts to construct ‘a distinctive narrative conception of temporality which...

Seeing Things: Apprehending Material Culture

The Handbook of Visual Culture

Berg, 2012

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...Most humans largely take for granted their capacity to see things—apart from those who have a sight impairment, human beings see things just about all the time they are awake without noticing or thinking about it. Making sense of what we...
...Why does Cubism matter to the contemporary study of visual culture? It’s hardly new, dating back to the early years of the twentieth century, it has been much written about, and many Cubist works have settled seamlessly into international...