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The Utopian Body in Film. Transparency, Reversibility, Hybridity
The utopian body in film, under discussion in this thesis, does not refer to an object of thought borrowed from Michel Foucault and applied to some dematerialised or extraordinary bodies on the screen, but to a heuristic tool for considering the historical and aesthetic modalities through which the...
Remedying the deficiency: a contemporary fantasmagorie
This article mobilises the two concepts of exhibition and fantasmagorie proposed in Walter Benjamin’s work. They indicate that the repair of the defect is a contemporary fantasmagorie in that, owing to the effects of very extensive technical arrangements, the defective bodies, by consensus, are repa...
Ghost in the Far East yesterday and today — Tome 2
demons and ghost ghost, are among the most prominent figures in Chinese culture, and continue today to shake the society of China and its neighbours. In the first volume of our fantomatic compendium, we tried to clarify the contours of the individuals in East Asia that are closest to our “ghost” and...
From going to the atmosphere
This article examines the political significance of the aesthetics of Gernot Böhme’s atmospheres, analysing his parentage with Walter Benjamin’s critical theory. Since Böhme relies on the latter’s analysis of what will be, they should be mobilised to consider the effectiveness of the atmosphere, whi...
Quest, investigation and conquest: Travel by the Paralipomeni della Batracomiomachia de Lela di
The communication, presented to a colloquium after the trip, is moving away from the political content of the Paralipomeni (which we have envisaged elsewhere) to favour a symbolic reading of the poem. The various journeys of the hero Leccafondi, through four elements (land, water, air flight, underg...
Penny Lane and Strawberry Field (s): real, identity and fantasmagorie
The songs ‘Penny Lane’ and ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ provide an insight into the topic of childhood in Beatles. In a very different way, John Lennon and Paul McCartney rely on a visit to two real Liverpoolian sites to resonate their fantasmagoric visions of the past, and to exploit the language (w...
Eight Thesis on Phantasmagoria
These eight theses condense 8 years of my research on phantasmagoria. They aim to clarify for us today the multiple implications of this concept that Benjamin outlined, but never systematised.
Performance of the publisher
This performance transfigurationwas born of failure, of those known to all creators. June 1999 is an empty month during which nothing goes out of my hands. There is a need for an idea: enter my painting and test her from the inside and make her life. On my head which has become a base, I will shape...
Fantasmagorie and illusion manufacturing: For an optical culture of the cinematographic device
by questioning what he calls the ‘optical culture’, the author seeks to identify certain fundamental properties of the film device, given the particular nature of the visual illusion that the device offers to the viewer. As illustrated by the example of fantasmagorie, the illusion created by the opt...
Fantasmagorie et barbarie
Laut Walter Benjamin und Siegfried Kracauer haben die Geschichte, die Fotografie und der Film alle drei eine potenziell kritische Dimension. In dieser Perspektive besteht das Hauptmerkmal der Filmgeschichte darin, historiographische und filmische Fragen (mit fil-manalytischen Problemen) gemeinsam zu...
So quiet polices
for a few years, the history of law enforcement agencies has been the subject of extensive research abroad. As a result, this book gives a general picture of the evolution of the Belgian Independence police apparatus on the eve of the First World War. What was the nature of the system put in place i...
Flânerie e performance dell'identità tra le nuove fantasmagorie del consumo
This article focuses on a new category of urban spaces, the ‘super-places’, considered as a mix between shopping centres and entertainment parks. Following Walter Benjamin’s studies on urban modernity, the super-places – standing out as utopias or enchanted fortresses in the unsteady and territorial...
Walter Benjamin: the conspicuous perspective
L’appareil perspectif joue un rôle secondaire chez Benjamin, mais c’est qu’il dépend d’un autre appareil, urbain celui-là, apparu au xixe siècle à Paris : le passage. Le paradoxe, et l’anachronisme, sont donc les suivants : les perspectives haussmanniennes sont intelligibles à partir de ces rues inv...
Between exegesis and fantasmagorie: Midi-Minuit fantastic and the birth of an alternative cinephilic (1962-1970)
First European periodical dedicated to gender cinema, Midi-Minuit fantastic (1962-1970) began on the modus of protest, denouncing the taste of the general press and film criticism for works deemed to be bourgeoises. Very heterogeneous, this media object is based on an inexperienced editorial team, a...
Is industrial literature a popular literature? Reflections on a corpus (1830-1850)
The studies of French popular productions hesitate to take into account the years 1830-1850, which were identified at the beginning of the media era with the launch of La Presse in 1836 and the emergence of ‘industrial’ literature since the designation of Sainte-Beuve in 1839. If themes and codes ar...
The ‘Romans’ of the SalPêtrière
, a major medical figure of the end of the 19th century, charcot offers literature the broad spectrum of a nosological paradigm (the Great Hystery), an penetrating view based on aesthetic thinking (the Rubens possessed), and a technique intended to be exported in fields other than strictly medical (...
From reconstituted body to reconfigured body : an ethical understanding of prosthetic devices, in a techno-enchantment era
This thesis research focuses on the social representations of the amputated body fitted with prostheses, in the light of the contemporary collective imagination. The aim will be to observe, compare and analyse the way in which the public and media consider the field of prostheses, and bring these co...
The situation of Baudelaire in the Presentation Paris, the capital of the 1939th century
"[Winkler] could not, without violence, find his account in Jünger’s heavy metaphysics. (However, I have nothing against metaphysicians. These are the true troubadours of the stuffed reason. But towards her, Jünger went into lansquenet "Walter Benjamin The 1939 presentation, written at Horkheimer’s...
Fantasmagorie politiche. Per una decostruzione delle strategie retoriche e iconografiche del populismo digitale
This essay explores the relationship between imaginary and politics, in particular how the legitimization of power, especially in the case of the new populist parties, is entangled with authentically aesthetic procedures. This analysis relies on the prophetic power of W. Benjamin's thought, which fi...
Simianisation, racist fantasmagorie and imaginary in Cartoon in the United States
Diogene to Five: poetic of fantasmagorie
In the Emblemes de la Raison, J. Starobinski authored the evenings of history. For the reason, the ability to invent the eye — which we will call bizarre — calls for the Revolution to be brought closer to the experience of the lumiere. This makes it possible to question a spectacle of lumiere and sh...