Experience and Poverty of Cinema. The Truth of the ImageToday, the aging of every ‘philosophy of history (of film)’ puts the the- oretical discourse in the face of a vital chance: coming back to draw the experiential relationship of a subject – caught in all its empirical heaviness and epistemological complexity – linked to ‘images’. But how does the subject reach this potential mode of being of the experience? How does the relationship between experience and experience of poverty (already emphasized by Benjamin) locate in cinema itself (in the system of cinema and in films)? How can one gather these pluralities in the image and in its peculiar ‘presence’?
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|