Research Program

Audiovisual images shape our temporal and spatial perception, thus framing the composition of cognitive and affective processes. This thesis forms a base for our work at Cinepoetics – Center for Advanced Film Studies. Our goal is to analyze the theoretical conditions and historical peculiarities of audiovisual discursivity. We understand films as media of manufacturing a sensed, physical experience of the world, which is shared by a wide variety of people with widely divergent ranges of experience, desires, and intentions.

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