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Planetary Love Workshop 2019 Nonhuman Atmospheres: Eisenstein, Painlevé and Farocki

Sunday, May 19th 2019 . 15h00-18h00

Ritsumeikan University, Osaka Ibaraki Campus, Building A, 5F AN521ラーニング・スタジオ

Helena Čapková (Ritsumeikan University), Christophe Thouny (Ritsumeikan University), Toshiya Ueno (Wakō University), Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto (Waseda University) 

In his work on animation and war, Pasi Väliaho shows how animation is both an open creative event and at the same time potentially allows for a mode of atmospheric control. As animated images become alive they generate an atmosphere that captures and shapes its audiences. 

Author: 
Gerald Groemer
Reviewer: 
Michael Lee

Lee on Groemer, 'The Land We Saw, the Times We Knew: An Anthology of Zuihitsu Writing from Early Modern Japan'

Gerald Groemer. The Land We Saw, the Times We Knew: An Anthology of Zuihitsu Writing from Early Modern Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018. 376 pp. $68.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8248-7444-5.

Reviewed by Michael Lee (Heidelberg University) Published on H-Japan (May, 2019) Commissioned by Martha Chaiklin

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