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Filmic mapping : film and the visual culture of landscape architecture /
Fred Truniger.
imprint
Berlin : Jovis ; London : RIBA [distributor], c2013.
description
295 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm.
ISBN
3868592113 (pbk.), 9783868592115 (pbk.)
format(s)
Book
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series title
imprint
Berlin : Jovis ; London : RIBA [distributor], c2013.
isbn
3868592113 (pbk.)
9783868592115 (pbk.)
contents note
Introduction: from the aesthetic to the dynamic landscape -- Landscape theory as a complex science of images -- Working with images -- Filmic landscape communication -- RĂ¼diger Neuman: learning to see landscape -- The pedestrian's gaze -- Narrating landscape -- James Benning: panoramas of the American West -- Understanding the landscape filmically
catalogue key
9025738
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-293) and index.
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Summaries
Long Description
Filmic Mapping, the second volume in Jovis' new LandScriptseries, examines forms of land measurement, primarily in documentary and essay films of the past ten years. Contributors from a variety of disciplines weigh in on the state of contemporary landscape architecture and its visual representation.
Main Description
This book examines forms of 'land measurement', primarily through documentary and essay films of the past 10 years. It investigates the meaning of landscape for contemporary society through phenomenological film analysis and makes an open plea for a complex view of the landscape of today and its visual representation.

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