2 edition of The urban spectator found in the catalog.
The urban spectator
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||American concept cities from Kodak to Google|
|Series||Interfaces, studies in visual culture, Interfaces, studies in visual culture|
|LC Classifications||HT121 .G67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||2009026507|
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In The Urban Spectator: American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google, Gordon argues American cities have produced a new way of seeing, and catalogs the subtle ways visual illustrations mold our perceptions of the urban landscape, our expectations of the city, and ultimately the urban form itself.5/5(3).
The Urban Spectator is a lively and utterly fascinating exploration of the ways in which technologies have influenced our collective conception of the American city, as well as our relationship with urban space and architecture.
In The Urban Spectator: American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google, Gordon argues American cities have produced a new way of seeing, and catalogs the subtle ways visual illustrations mold our perceptions of the urban landscape, our expectations of the city, and ultimately the urban form itself.
Gordon’s book successfully provides a historical and conceptual framework to visualize the city. While most urban histories stress the economic, social, and aesthetic forces that shape the city, Gordon, coming from media studies, focuses on the ways people absorb and assimilate urban shape, stating that “the active gaze of the urban spectator was key to Author: Mitchell Schwarzer.
The Urban Spectator by Eric Gordon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). In his book Brand traces the origin of the flaneur, a detached and powerful urban spectator, to seventeenth century English literature.
He then discusses the development of the English language tradition of the flaneur in its social, cultural and philosophical contexts.5/5(1).
The Urban Spectator. Twenty-six artists, twenty-six letters, twenty-six unique and varied responses including paintings, prints, sculptures, photography and installation art. More from The Spectator. Spectator Life Spectator USA Spectator Australia Apollo Magazine The Spectator Shop.
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Eric Gordon argues that the city, developing late and in conjunction with a range of modern media, produced a particular way of seeing-what he labels "possessive. Author: Andrew L. Urban on The Spectator Australia. The evidence is in. Jeremy Corbyn has done as Malcolm Turnbull almost did and Bill Shorten definitely did and Anthony Albanese is now doing.
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The Urban Spectator aims to rewrite the history of the modern American city from the vantage point of changing media technologies—photography, film, digital handheld cameras.
The book fails to make a convincing case for this bracing idea. The Urban Book Series is a resource for urban studies and geography research worldwide.
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"The Urban Spectator" is on the ROROTOKO list of cutting-edge intellectual nonfiction. Professor Gordon's book interview ran here as the cover feature on March 8, One person found this helpful5/5. pages. theurbanspotter disclaimer.
"The Urban Spectator is a lively and utterly fascinating exploration of the ways in which technologies have influenced our collective conception of the American city, as well as our relationship with urban space and architecture.  Includes bibliographical references and index.
The Urban Spectator: American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google (Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture) by Eric Gordon ISBN ISBN. Posts about The Spectator written by theurbanpastor.
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My library.All of this comes to a head in the 'database city' where urban spectatorship takes on the characteristics of a Google search. In new urban developments, the spectator searches, retrieves, and combines urban references to construct each experience of the city. (source: Nielsen Book Data)Author: Gordon, Eric.