اتاق روشن: اندیشه‌هایی درباره‌ی عکاسی

اتاق روشن: اندیشه‌هایی درباره‌ی عکاسی Roland Barthes نیلوفر معترف
  • Title: اتاق روشن: اندیشه‌هایی درباره‌ی عکاسی
  • Author: Roland Barthes نیلوفر معترف
  • ISBN: 9789643620073
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Roland G rard Barthes was a French literary theorist, philosopher, linguist, critic, and semiotician Barthes ideas explored a diverse range of fields and he influenced the development of schools of theory including structuralism, semiotics, social theory, design theory, anthropology and post structuralism.


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    1. La chambre claire Note sur la photographie Camera Lucida Reflections on Photography, Roland BarthesCamera Lucida French La chambre claire is a short book published in 1980 by the French literary theorist and philosopher Roland Barthes It is simultaneously an inquiry into the nature and essence of photography and a eulogy to Barthes late mother The book investigates the effects of photography on the spectator as distinct from the photographer, and also from the object photographed, which Barthes [...]

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    2. For Barthes, every photograph, rather than being a representation, is an expression of loss The photograph, like all art which precedes it, attempts to eternalize its subject, to imbue it with life forever, to blend the beautiful with the infinite but it fails, it reminds us only of mortality death is the mother of beauty Try though it may, and despite its resemblance to life, the photo can never extend a life which is lost, or a life which is passing I had understood that henceforth I must inte [...]

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    3. This was the last book written by the renowned French master of linguistic semiotics and literary criticism before he died in 1980 It is a short 120 page exploration of the unique qualities of photography compared to other forms of representation The book was a rewarding book for me to think about photography in unfamiliar ways I ended up making friends with the paradoxical concept that photographs do their magic by authentically capturing what has been while at the same time demonstrating in a [...]

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    4. I d never thought much about Barthes method until I read Sara Ahmed s book Queer Phenomenology in which she draws attention to the labour that enables Husserl to sit and think at his table the work of childcare and table clearing performed, probably, by women Ahmed has inspired me to ask what Barthes is doing here, and Barthes has helpfully told me he is forthright perhaps that is why I find his writing appealing I am engaged by honesty and directness He looks at photographs he thinks about phot [...]

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    6. while to many this book is another of barthes extended fragmentary ramblings on modern media, this is actually a touching novella about a solitary man s recognition of his own humanity upon the death of his mother he so longs for transcendence, redemption, and eternal life and he prays it might come through the archives and the text and yet he sadly worries it might not and that his intellectual musings have somehow missed the point if you ever wondered what in search of lost time was really abo [...]

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    7. Along with Susan Sontag s On Photography, Camera Lucida is one of the earliest and still most frequently cited analyses of the medium This might seem strange considering how personal and literary it is, but, whether for or against, academics continue to use this little book to make all sorts of exaggerated claims about visual culture.As he acknowledges, Barthes take on photography is determined by a phenomenological reduction I decided to take myself as a mediator for all Photography Starting fr [...]

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    8. This is THE PHOTOGRAPHY This is THE real art The photograph is literally an emanation of the referent From a real body, which was there, proceed radiations which ultimately touch me, who am here the duration of the transmission is insignificant the photograph of the missing being, as Sontag says, will touch me like the delayed rays of a star I have found my soul on Photography Thats it.

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    9. I spent this afternoon looking through old black white photos from the fifties taken by my father, of the extended family My cousins, now dead or old, as they were when young, at birthday, Easter and Christmas parties, and my mother as an attractive young woman with her life before her Of myself in one group photo, aged 1 year, somewhat annoyed at sliding off my cousin Janet s 8 year old knee as I try to read my book, believe it or not I ve often thought this that when you look into a camera the [...]

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    10. Patronizing and solipsistic as a discussion of photography Barthes spends ample time assigning Latin names to elements of what is, essentially, irony, identifies their interaction as either clever or lame, and then abandons them Other elements of photography are not considered, and instead he marvels at the possibility that the subject of an old photo may still be alive He so much as admits he knows not much about photography, and goes on to talk at great length about himself instead I ve been l [...]

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    11. I could give it tens of thousands of stars, and still it wouldn t be enough.

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    12. This is a curious little book, and it really is a little book only 119 pages It is curious because it is two books The first is a kind of philosophical discussion on the nature of photography He says many very interesting things here interesting in a philosophical kind of way He starts with the basics and works his way up from there For example, he says we can have three relationships to photographs we can take them he doesn t take them so he has virtually nothing to say about this , we can be i [...]

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    13. Roland Barthes Camera Lucida Reflections on Photography is a collection of thoughts regarding the experience of viewing the photograph The famous French literary theorist and philosopher wrote Camera Lucida in 1980 shortly after the death of his mother He discovered the true value of photography after finding the perfect photograph of her, a single frame capturing her entire essence that brought her back to life Barthes Reflections unfold in forty eight investigative chapters, ultimately shaping [...]

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    14. I ve read many good reviews of this book on Good Reads, so why do I feel driven to add to them Mainly because it is one of the books I go back to again and again, a book that encapsulates for me the pathos of the captured image, the inherent sadness of human life We start off with high hopes, we think we can conquer the world with all the wonders it has to offer, and that is true of course for a time Since the middle of the 19th century, the new technology, photography, cinema, gave people the t [...]

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    16. Encontrei este livro na se o de fotografia de uma livraria Interessado, folheei as primeiras p ginas e pareceu me que se tratava de uma reflex o sobre o que separaria a fotografia das outras artes ou, mesmo, se a fotografia mereceria ser tratada como uma Ap s a leitura, deslumbrado, devo confessar, concluo que a livraria se enganou, e este livro deveria estar na se o de filosofia.Como muito bemdiz o meu amigo Miguel Botelho sempre que um homem olha para si pr prio, o que n s vemos o mundo E isso [...]

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    17. Barthes final book is an agonising, almost painful, quest to identify the nature the eidos in the author s words of photography Barthes initially attempts to tear apart photography into its emotional elements, looking through the prism of his own desire for pleasure and examining photographs by the notions of studium the general, enthusiastic likeness but without special acuity and punctum the element that disturbs the studium, an accident that pricks and bruises.Identifying that this hedonic ap [...]

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