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Expanded cinema. Introd. by R. Buckminster Fuller.

[1st ed.].. New York, Dutton, 1970.
ISBN 0525101527, 9780525472636, 9780525101529, 0525472630

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Subjects Amusement.
Cinema experimental.
Experimental films -- History and criticism.
Experimental films.
Films expérimentaux -- Histoire et critique.
Fotografia cinematográfica.
McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980
Description 432 pages illustrations (some color), portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 421-425).
Contents Inexorable evolution and human ecology / R. Buckminster Fuller -- part 1. The audience and the myth of entertainment : Radical evolution and future shock in the paleocybernetic age ; The intermedia network as nature ; Popular culture and the noosphere ; Art, entertainment, entropy ; Retrospective man and the human condition ; The artist as design scientist -- part 2. Synaesthetic cinema: the end of drama : Global closed circuit: the earth as software ; Synaesthetic synthesis: simultaneous perception of harmonic opposites ; Syncretism and metamorphosis: montage as collage ; Evocation and exposition: toward oceanic consciousness ; Synaesthetics and kinaesthetics: the way of all experience ; Mythopoeia: the end of fiction ; Synaesthetics and synergy ; Synaesthetic cinema and polymorphous eroticism ; Synaesthetic cinema and extra-objective reality ; Image-exchange and the post-mass audience age -- part 3. Toward cosmic consciousness : 2001: the new nostalgia ; The stargate corridor ; The cosmic cinema of Jordan Belson -- part 4. Cybernetic cinema and computer films : The technosphere: man/machine symbiosis ; The human bio-computer and his electronic brainchild ; Hardware and software ; The aesthetic machine ; Cybernetic cinema ; Computer films -- part 5. Television as a creative medium : The videosphere ; Cathode-ray tube videotronics ; Synaesthetic videotapes ; Videographic cinema ; Closed-circuit television and teledynamic environments -- part 6. Intermedia : The artist as ecologist ; World expositions and nonordinary reality ; Cerebrum: intermedia and the human sensorium ; Intermedia theatre ; Multiple-projection environments -- part 7. Holographic cinema: a new world : Wave-front reconstruction: lensless photography ; Dr. Alex Jacobson: holography in motion ; Limitations of holographic cinema ; Projecting holographic movies ; The kinoform: computer-generated holographic movies ; Technoanarchy: the open empire.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)98641
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Youngblood, Gene, 1942-
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