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  • From Folk Tale to Photomontage: A Transformation through a Stage Performance

    Rikard Hoogland

    Chapter from the book: Petersson, S et al. 2018. The Power of the In-Between: Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection.

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    A photomontage from 1894?95 with material from the popular and successful theatre production Ljungby horn is the artefact in this chapter. The photomontage is connecting with the development of theatre photography, which was governed by the commercial market for visiting cards. The term remediation is used to describe a transformation whereby the different sources are, through the use of photography, placed on the same level in the montage. Other intermedial connections discussed here include music, literature, communications, theatre set design, and mass media.

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    Hoogland, R. 2018. From Folk Tale to Photomontage: A Transformation through a Stage Performance. In: Petersson, S et al, The Power of the In-Between. Stockholm: Stockholm University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16993/baq.f
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    Published on Sept. 27, 2018

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