Division of Intermedia Studies
Organisational unit: Division
The research undertaken within the field of Intermedia Studies is multi- and interdisciplinary in character, and partly characterized by the special interests of the individual researchers. These are popular-cultural phenomena such as how words, images and sound interact in commercials and music videos, text-image transformations gathered under the classic-rhetorical concept ekphrasis, narrativity in music, the historical and contemporary interplay between words, images and sound, the history of the intermediality of rhetoric, the total work of art, performance/performativity, audio narratives, etc. Often these research areas deals with different processes of meaning production.
Recent research outputs
Jag tänker. Och jag är ändå inte alldeles säker på att jag finns till: Att spegla sig i Lars Gustafssons mikroskopiska värld - en fragmentarisk essäbokMats Arvidson, 2018 Jan 15, Roos & Tegnér.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
“Take the Beuys off!” – Reconsidering the Current Concept of Ekphrasis in the Performative Poetry of Thomas Kling: A portrait poem by the German poet Thomas Kling (1957-2005) about the German artist Joseph Beuys is the starting point to reconsider the current ekphrasis discourse in the light of experienced visuality by combining the concept of ancient rhetoric with modern ideas of imagination, multimodality and performativity.Heidrun Führer, 2017 Oct, In : Aletria: Revista de Estudos de Literatura . 27, 2, p. 157-188
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
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