Октябрь 2018 / October 2018
1658. Brennan M. When genres collide. Down Beat, Rolling Stone, and the struggle between jazz and rock
By offering a fresh examination of key historical moments when the trajectories and meanings of jazz and rock intersected, overlapped, or collided, it reveals how music critics constructed an ideological divide between jazz and rock that would be replicated in American musical discourse for decades to follow.
1659. Cohn N. The visual narrative reader
In The Visual Narrative Reader, Neil Cohn collects chapters that cross these disciplinary divides from many of the foremost international researchers who explore fundamental questions about visual narratives.
1660. Curtis, D. A history of artists' film and video in Britain
This major new book is the first comprehensive history of artists' film and video in Britain. Structured in two parts ('Institutions' and 'Artists and Movements'), it considers the work of some 300 artists, including Kenneth Macpherson, Basil Wright, Len Lye, Humphrey Jennings, Margaret Tait, Jeff Keen, Carolee Schneemann, Yoko Ono, Malcolm Le Grice, Peter Gidal, William Raban, Chris Welsby, David Hall, Tamara Krikorian, Sally Potter, Guy Sherwin, Lis Rhodes, Derek Jarman, David Larcher, Steve Dwoskin, James Scott, Peter Wollen and Laura Mulvey, Peter Greenaway, Patrick Keiller, John Smith, Andrew Stones, Jaki Irvine, Tracy Emin, Dryden Goodwin, and Stephanie Smith and Ed Stewart.
1661. Geczy Adam, Karaminas Vicki. Fashion's double. Representations of fashion in painting, photography and film
The book analyses the interrelationship between clothing, identity, embodiment and self-representation. Accessibly written for students and scholars, Fashion's Double will appeal to anyone studying fashion, cultural studies, art theory and history, photography and sociology.
1662. Loss К. Nothing has been done before. Seeking the new in 21st-century American popular music
Nothing Has Been Done Before instigates a fresh debate about newness in American pop, rock 'n' roll, rap, folk, and R&B made since the turn of the millennium.
1663 Prendergast, M.J. The Ambient Century. From Mahler to Moby - the evolution of sound in the electronic age
This text shows how, from Debussy's early recordings through to contemporary revolutions in minimalism, rock, techno and trance, over 100 years of change were earthed by the development of ambient sound - to many, the most important breakthrough in music ever.
1664. Tuhus-Dubrow, R. Personal stereo. ProQuest Ebook Central
In Personal Stereo, Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow takes us back to the birth of the device, exploring legal battles over credit for its invention, its ambivalent reception in 1980s America, and its lasting effects on social norms and public space. Ranging from postwar Japan to the present, Tuhus-Dubrow tells an illuminating story about our emotional responses to technological change.
Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in The Atlantic
1665. Byrne D. How music works
How Music Works is David Byrne's bestselling, buoyant celebration of a subject he has spent a lifetime thinking about. Drawing on his own work over the years with Talking Heads, Brian Eno, and his myriad collaborators - along with journeys to Wagnerian opera houses, African villages, and anywhere music exists - Byrne shows how music emerges from cultural circumstance as much as individual creativity. It is his magnum opus, and an impassioned argument about music's liberating, life-affirming power.
1666. Byrne D. Bicycle diaries
Since the early 1980s, renowned musician and visual artist David Byrne has been riding a bike as his principal means of transportation in New York City. Bicycle Diaries chronicles Byrne's observations and insights--what he is seeing, whom he is meeting, what he is thinking about--as he pedals through and engages with some of the world's major cities.
1667. Reynolds S. Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture
From rave's origins in Chicago house and Detroit techno, through Ibiza, Madchester and the anarchic free-party scene, to the pirate-radio underworld of jungle and UK garage, the author documents with insight and infectious enthusiasm the tracks, DJs, producers and promoters that soundtracked a generation..
1668. Williamson V. You are the music : How Music Reveals What It Means to be human
In this brilliant new exploration of the place of music in all our lives, music psychologist Victoria Williamson examines the many ways in which music affects us, from our first in utero experiences of sound through to adult life, and the part it plays in shaping who we are as individuals.
Victoria Williamson is a lecturer and researcher in music psychology who holds academic posts in the United Kingdom and Switzerland. Her research has been presented across international media including CNN, MSNBC, and CBC (Canada).
1669. Gehl J. Life between buildings : using public space
This book will have a lasting influence on the future quality of public open spaces. By helping us better understand the larger public life of cities, Life Between Buildings can only move us toward more lively and healthy public places.
1670. Campany D. Art and Photography.
"Art and photography" surveys a rich and important history, from the 1960s to the 21st century. Arranged thematically, it presents works by the most significant international artists who have explored and extended the boundaries of photography. "Art and photography" offers a expansive view of some of the key themes and movements associated with this practice such as memoirs, archives, the studio image, the urban, and every day, documentary practice, objects, media, testament, portraiture, land art, feminism and consumerism. Contains interviews, artists writings, bibliography, artists and writers biographies, index, and over 200 illustrations.
1671. McQuiston L. Visual Impact: Creative Dissent in the 21st Century
An accessible and richly illustrated exploration of how art and design have driven major social and political change in the 21st century. Features the work of over 200 artists, from the famous such as Ai Weiwei and Shepard Fairey, to the anonymous influencers working through social media.
1672. Unwin S. Analysing Architecture
Now in its fourth edition, Analysing Architecture has become internationally established as the best introduction to architecture. Aimed primarily at those wishing to become professional architects, it also offers those in disciplines related to architecture (from archaeology to stage design, garden design to installation art), a clear and accessible insight into the workings of this rich and fascinating subject. With copious illustrations from his own notebooks, the author dissects examples from around the world and all periods of history to explain underlying strategies in architectural design and show how drawing may be used as a medium for analysis
1673. Brookes M. Drawing with children. A creative method for adult beginners, too
Shows how to introduce the basics of drawing, suggests useful exercises, and includes examples of children's drawings