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To this end, a whole disciplinary apparatus was marshalled to maintain the proper attitude of solemn spectatorship in the first public museums.
Instead of being simply about spectatorship a la Manet, this difficult yet vulnerable and seductive work needs a spectator.
When life is going badly for us, spectatorship is unbearable.
Rogers is careful not to claim that she is offering a history of spectatorship itself; rather, her focus is on the manner in which distinctive periods of technologies, and the marketing and critical discourses associated with these, have addressed the cinematic viewer.
As South China Weekly's famous article asserts: "Attention is Power, Spectatorship Changes China (Xiao, 2010).
In Documentary's Awkward Turn: Cringe Comedy and Media Spectatorship, Jason Middleton examines the varied rhetorical uses of awkwardness in contemporary documentary film and reality-based media.
Part VI Audiences and Spectatorship: Medieval theatricality and spectatorship, John J.
Its operation as a re-creation is complex and not limited to the effects on spectatorship of this alternative physical space.
The work of Marvin D'Lugo (1993), Catherine Benamou (1995,1999), Julianne Burton-Carvajal (1986, 1993), and others has examined the diverse ways Cuban films such as Lucia (Humberto Solas, 1968), Retrato de Teresa/Portrait of Teresa (Pastor Vega, 1978), De cierta manera / One Way or Another (Sara Gomez, 1978), Hasta cierto punto / Up to a Point (Tomas Gutierrez Alea, 1980), and Lejania / Far Away (Jesus Diaz, 1986) have explored the representation of women and issues of gendered spectatorship.
Thus, according to feminist film critics, female spectatorship remains, as Doane has put it, a "locus of impossibility" (29).
Martin argues that Hawthorne "incorporates the masque's stylistic conventions with his own interest in large-scale nineteenth-century American spectatorship and entertainment," and that both masque traditions and "nineteenth-century models of spectatorship" help to interpret Hawthorne's famously odd first-person narrator.
This led to a methodological crisis that could only be resolved by the application of materialist cultural theory in order to historicize understandings of performance and spectatorship.
Packing a powerful punch with both hilarious and horrifying consequences, the honest and unique show is about competition and the limits of spectatorship.
Packing a powerful punch with both hilarious and horrifying consequences, this honest and unique show is about competition and the limits of spectatorship.
Pawan lashed out at Congress, which is claiming credit for granting statehood to Telangana, for its mute spectatorship at the martyrdom of two or three youths everyday, during the movement in recent years.