19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, No 17 (2013)

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‘From autumn to spring, aesthetics change’: Modernity's Visual Displays

Laura Marcus


Early theorizations of how cinema trained the eye to new space and movement are at the centre of this article’s interest. It uses them to explore the new pictorial languages of modernity, investigating how, and with what effect, they connected text, film, and advertising.

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