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Cinema is a dream. New images and the principles of modernity - Andrea Rabbito

DATA DI RILASCIO: 18/01/2016
ISBN: 9788869770661
AUTORE: Andrea Rabbito

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La nascita e la diffusione delle nuove immagini - fotografia, cinema, televisione-e video - hanno realizzato un'importante rivoluzione epistemologica: hanno orientato l'uomo contemporaneo ad assumere un atteggiamento fiducioso non solo nei riguardi dell'immagine ma anche nei riguardi del reale. Il sapere moderno che fece deflagrare le certezze dell'uomo in centinaia di verità relative è stato rimosso; il perfetto doppio del reale offerto dai nuovi media ha silenziosamente cancellato il dubbio verso la fedele restituzione della realtà in immagine, e, di riflesso, verso le manifestazioni del mondo esterno; è subentrato così un atteggiamento disponibile ad accogliere la supposta verità delle apparenze, offerta sia attraverso le immagini sia attraverso i fenomeni del reale. Questo atteggiamento fa sì che le potenzialità delle nuove immagini conducano lo spettatore a vivere un inganno estatico, che si realizza non solo nell'ambito della comunicazione, ma anche nell'ambito artistico. Per contrastare questa credulità, questa degradazione mentale, così definita da Joseph Conrad, diffusasi nella società contemporanea, necessiterà recuperare i principi e le tematiche del pensiero moderno nato nel Seicento. Un recupero, questo, che servirà non solo ad opporsi alle illusioni e agli inganni, ma anche per comprendere meglio la natura delle nuove immagini, le quali si dimostrano figlie delle modernità.

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