Interfacial Modulation of Affect: On the Creation of Events in Contemporary Artworks

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Abstract

In focusing on interfacial productions of modulations rather than semiotic constructions of meaning or content, the perspective is set on exploring affects in relation to events. Or rather, the felt intensities of interfacial folding-unfolding modulations enable us to experience new potentials and qualities—or as phrased by Brian Massumi—becoming aware of “the thinking-feeling of what really happens” (Massumi 2011, 67). Massumi explores the immediate prehensions as potentials for change (or events) in whatever happens. In my presentation of three artworks I use the term ‘modulation’ to explore whether the signaletic material and the folding capacity of interfaces might give access to qualitative differentials or potentials.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAffects, Interfaces, Events
RedaktørerThomsen Bodil Marie Stavning, Jette Kofoed, Jonas Fritsch
UdgivelsesstedVancouver
ForlagImbricate! Press
Publikationsdatojun. 2021
Sider165-185
Kapitel7
ISBN (Trykt)979-8-7295-2452-5
DOI
StatusUdgivet - jun. 2021

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  • Infrafacing

    Manning, E., Massumi, B., Thomsen, B. M. S., Fritsch, J. & Seigworth, G., 1 jun. 2021, Affects, Interfaces, Events. Thomsen, B. M. S., Kofoed, J. & Fritsch, J. (red.). Vancouver: Imbricate! Press, s. 307-325

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  • Introduction: Afects, Interfaces, Events

    Bidragets oversatte titel: IntroduktionThomsen, B. M. S., Kofoed, J. & Fritsch, J., 1 jun. 2021, Affects, Interfaces, Events. Vancouver: Imbricate! Press, s. 1-14

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