Cinema, Architecture, and a Left-Wing Culture of Glass
Chapter 4 reframes left-wing cinema in the material “culture of glass,” closely affiliated with international modernist architecture and a commodity culture of display. Left-wing cinema interacted with other perceptual media in pursuit of a critical spectatorship, challenging the claim of transparency by particular material medium (glass and sound) with aesthetic organization and politics of intermediality.
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