Cinema and Environment: The Arts of Noticing in the Anthropocene

Autor

  • Katarzyna Paszkiewicz University of the Balearic Islands

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29107/rr2021.2.1

Słowa kluczowe:

kino, afekt, estetyka, antropocen, nowy materializm, środowisko

Abstrakt

Celem niniejszego artykułu jest podjęcie refleksji na temat tego, w jaki sposób kino może pozwolić nam przemyśleć nasze relacje ze środowiskiem w kontekście antropocenu. W artykule nakreślono aktualne debaty na temat ekologii toczące się w obrębie humanistyki, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem nowych materializmów, w celu wykazania, że film może być rozumiany jako „sztuka uważności” (Tsing 2015). Następnie omówiono wpływ teorii afektu na ekokrytykę i filmoznawstwo, po czym wskazano na możliwe kierunki w badaniach filmoznawczych z perspektywy afektywnej, nowomaterialistycznej i postantropocentrycznej. Podejścia te mogą być przydatne dla badań nad retoryką filmu, zwłaszcza dla rozważań nad „odwoływaniem się do emocji” (emotional appeals).

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Paszkiewicz, Katarzyna. 2021. „Cinema and Environment: The Arts of Noticing in the Anthropocene”. "Res Rhetorica" 8 (2):2-21. https://doi.org/10.29107/rr2021.2.1.