This is book number 6 in the Cinepoetics series.
The Cinepoetics book series aims at a theoretical and analytical reconceptualization of the discursivity of audiovisual images. The focus is not on the circulation of media representations but on the modes of this circulation: How do audiovisual images as figurations of media experience relate to other audiovisual images? What does it mean to describe different modes of audiovisual experience and recursivity as forms of cinematic thinking? From this perspective, the series' volumes provide analyses of the aesthetic dimension, historical function and cultural significance of their subjects, making the poetic logic of audiovisual images accessible to an interdisciplinary audience.
Please note also the English-language Cinepoetics books series (https: //www.degruyter.com/serial/CINE%20E-B/html) and the series Cinepoetics Essay (https: //www.degruyter.com/serial/CINE%20ES-B/html).