Proprioceptive Aesthetics, or the Cinema
The introduction of Cinema's Bodily Illusions offers an overview of proprioceptive aesthetics as a problem in contemporary film and film theory. It lays out the problems of the book: proprioception and the ecological approach, the critique of modernism, and the technicity of the cinema.
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