Voice, Liveness, Digital Video: The Talking Head in Contemporary Independent Chinese Documentary

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Jacqueline Nivard, « Voice, Liveness, Digital Video: The Talking Head in Contemporary Independent Chinese Documentary », Cultures chinoises, ID : 10670/1.bhy9rj


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Luke Robinson, Voice, Liveness, Digital Video: The Talking Head in Contemporary Independent Chinese Documentary? Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, Volume 22, Number 2, Spring 2014, p. 489-515 | This article addresses the use of the human voice in contemporary Chinese independent documentary in relation to xianchang. Broadly analogous to the Anglophone concept of “liveness,” xianchang is a shooting practice that interrogates questions of immediacy (being “on the scene”) and mediated dist...

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