Reuse Misuse Abuse

Reuse  Misuse  Abuse

The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era Jaimie Baron. REUSE , MISUSE , ABUSE THE ETHICS OF AUDIOVISUAL APPROPRIATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA JAIMIE BARON Reuse, Misuse, Abuse Reuse, Misuse, Abuse The Ethics of Audiovisual.

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813599267

Category: Art

Page: 233

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(Re)exposing Intimate Traces -- Speaking through Others -- Dislocating the Hegemonic Gaze -- Reframing the Perpetrator's Gaze -- Abusing Images.
Categories: Art

Reuse Misuse Abuse

Reuse  Misuse  Abuse

Reuse, Misuse and Abuse surveys a range of contemporary films and videos that appropriate preexisting footage and attempts to theorize their ethical implications.

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813599281

Category: Social Science

Page: 218

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In contemporary culture, existing audiovisual recordings are constantly reused and repurposed for various ends, raising questions regarding the ethics of such appropriations, particularly when the recording depicts actual people and events. Every reuse of a preexisting recording is, on some level, a misuse in that it was not intended or at least anticipated by the original maker, but not all misuses are necessarily unethical. In fact, there are many instances of productive misuse that seem justified. At the same time, there are other instances in which the misuse shades into abuse. Documentary scholars have long engaged with the question of the ethical responsibility of documentary makers in relation to their subjects. But what happens when this responsibility is set at a remove, when the recording already exists for the taking and repurposing? Reuse, Misuse and Abuse surveys a range of contemporary films and videos that appropriate preexisting footage and attempts to theorize their ethical implications.
Categories: Social Science

Classical Projections

Classical Projections

Jaimie Baron, Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2020), 8, 9. 52. Baron, Reuse, Misuse, Abuse, 16–17. 53. Baron, Reuse, Misuse, Abuse, 20. 54.

Author: Eleni Palis

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197558171

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 184

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Quotations are a standard way that the humanities make meaning; the pull-quote, epigraph, and quotation are standard for citing evidence and invoking and interrogating authority in both literary and scholarly writing. However, film studies has yet to seriously examine how moving images can quote one another, convening interaction and creating new knowledge across time. Classical Projections offers "film quotation" as a new concept for understanding how preexisting moving image fragments are reframed and re-viewed within subsequent films. As a visual corollary to literary quotation, film quotations embed film fragments in on-screen movie screens. Though film quotations have appeared since silent cinema, Classical Projections focuses on quotations of classical Hollywood film--mainstream American studio production, 1915-1950--as quoted in post-classical Hollywood, roughly 1960 to present. This strategic historical frame asks: how does post-classical cinema visualize its awareness of coming after a classical or golden age? How do post-classical filmmakers claim or disavow classical history? How do historically disenfranchised post-classical filmmakers, whether by gender, sexuality, or race, grapple with exclusionary and stereotype-ridden canons? As a constitutive element of post-classical authorship, film quotations amass and manufacture classical Hollywood in retrospective, highly strategic ways. By revealing how quotational tellings of film history build and embolden exclusionary, myopic canons, Classical Projections uncovers opportunities to construct more capacious cultural memory.
Categories: Performing Arts

Tiger King Murder Mayhem and Madness

Tiger King  Murder  Mayhem and Madness

21 As Baron demonstrates in her book Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era, ... footage of actual people and events.22 Memes, by definition, remix, repurpose, and “misuse” images for the.

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000539325

Category: Social Science

Page: 128

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The third volume in the Docalogue series, this book explores the significance of the documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness (2020), which became 'must-see-TV' for a newly captive audience during the global Covid-19 pandemic. The series – a true-crime, tabloid spectacle about a murder-for-hire plot within the big cat trade – prompts interesting questions about which documentaries become popular in particular moments and why. However, it also raises important questions related to the medium specificity of documentary in the streaming era, as well as the ethics of both human and animal representation. By combining five distinct perspectives on the Netflix documentary series, this book offers a complex and cumulative discourse about Tiger King’s significance in multiple areas including, but not limited to, animal studies, queer theory, genre studies, labor relations, and digital culture. Students and scholars of film, media, television, and cultural studies will find this book extremely valuable in understanding the significance of this larger-than-life true-crime documentary series.
Categories: Social Science

City Planning Law

City Planning Law

Author: Charles Monroe Haar

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:61124195

Category: City planning and redevelopment law

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Categories: City planning and redevelopment law

Media Ventriloquism

Media Ventriloquism

Her most recent book, Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (Rutgers University Press, 2020), engages questions about the ethics of appropriating and reusing preexisting footage.

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197563656

Category: Performing Arts

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The word "ventriloquism" has traditionally referred to the act of throwing one's voice into an object that appears to speak. Media Ventriloquism repurposes the term to reflect our complex vocal relationship with media technologies. The 21st century has offered an array of technological means to separate voice from body, practices which have been used for good and ill. We currently zoom about the internet, in conversations full of audio glitches, using tools that make it possible to live life at a distance. Yet at the same time, these technologies subject us to the potential for audiovisual manipulation. But this voice/body split is not new. Radio, cinema, television, video games, digital technologies, and other media have each fundamentally transformed the relationship between voice and body in myriad and often unexpected ways. This book explores some of these experiences of ventriloquism and considers the political and ethical implications of separating bodies from voices. The essays in the collection, which represent a variety of academic disciplines, demonstrate not only how particular bodies and voices have been (mis)represented through media ventriloquism, but also how marginalized groups - racialized, gendered, and queered, among them - have used media ventriloquism to claim their agency and power.
Categories: Performing Arts

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

... and Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (2020) as well as many journal articles and book chapters. She is also the founder, director, and co-curator of the Festival of (In)appropriation, ...

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429603266

Category: Social Science

Page: 100

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As the inaugural volume in the Docalogue series, this book models a new form for the discussion of documentary film. James Baldwin’s writing is intensely relevant to contemporary politics and culture, and Peck’s strategies for representing him and conveying his work in I Am Not Your Negro (2016) raise important questions about how documentary can bring the work of a complex thinker like Baldwin to a broader public. By combining five distinct perspectives on a single documentary film, this book offers different critical approaches to the same media object, acting both as an intensive scholarly treatment of a film and as a guide for how to analyze, theorize, and contextualize a documentary. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as scholars of film and media studies, communication studies, African American studies, and gender and sexuality studies will find this book extremely useful in understanding the significance of this film and the ways in which it offers insight into not only Baldwin and his writings but also wider historical and contemporary realities.
Categories: Social Science

Honeyland

Honeyland

... of History (2014) and Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (2020), and numerous journal articles and book chapters. She is also the director of the Festival of (In)appropriation, ...

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000586435

Category: Social Science

Page: 120

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The fourth volume in the Docalogue series, this book explores the significance of the documentary Honeyland (2019) in relation to documentary ethics, the representation of human and animal relations, environmental studies, genre theory, and documentary distribution. The film, focused on a Turkish-speaking woman in Macedonia who cultivates bees to produce honey through an ancient and environmentally sustainable method, raises important questions about the place of humans and economic activity within the broader ecosystem. The documentary also prompts critical reflection about the relationship between observation and storytelling, how the film festival circuit allows certain films to reach a wide audience, the ethics of ethnographic representation, the relationship between human and insect life, and to what extent film can allow us to experience others’ life-worlds. By combining five distinct critical perspectives on a single documentary, this book acts both as an intensive scholarly treatment of the film and as a guide for how to analyze, theorize, and contextualize a documentary text. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of documentary studies, as well as those studying film and media more broadly.
Categories: Social Science

Kedi

Kedi

... Archive Effect: Found Footage and the Audiovisual Experience of History (Routledge, 2014) and Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (2020), and numerous journal articles and book chapters.

Author: Jaimie Baron

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000347869

Category: Social Science

Page: 124

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This second book in the Routledge Docalogue series continues to model a new form for the discussion of documentary film, focusing on a new film and a different set of critical questions. Kedi (2016) is the first feature documentary by Turkish-American filmmaker Ceyda Torun. The film provides a window into the everyday lives of Istanbul street cats; their itinerant meanderings present a non-human perspective on this ever-changing, ancient city while at the same time exploring the meaningful impact these cats have on the humans they encounter. Kedi: A Docalogue brings together a diversity of perspectives on this film. By combining five distinct critical approaches to a single documentary, this book acts both as an intensive scholarly treatment and as a guide for how to analyze, theorize, and contextualize a documentary. Together, the essays in this book touch upon key topics in documentary studies, including animal studies, eco-documentaries, sound studies, and media industry studies, making them essential reading for scholars interested in contemporary documentary. They also provide useful case studies for teaching documentary film in courses on Contemporary Cinema, Cultural Studies, and Media Industries.
Categories: Social Science

Graphic Showbiz

Graphic Showbiz

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Author: Nanabanyin Dadson

Publisher: Graphic Communications Group

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Page: 14

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