Sveučilište u Zagrebu
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Course: New Media and Fashion
 
 
Teachers in charge Ph. D. Žarko Paić, Assoc. Prof.
Suradnici: mag. ing. des. text. Petra Krpan, Assistant
Study, Module Textile Technology and Engineering - graduate, Module Clothing Design for Industry
Textile and Fashion Design - graduate, Module Theory and Culture of Fashion
Course summary 4 (2+2+0)
ECTS 6
Knowledge verification writing exam, oral exam
Precondition for testing Lectures, literature, seminars, workshops
Lecture type lectures, seminars
Exercise type audio practice, workshops, seminars
Subject content Culture and new media; Media politics and representation of the body; Fashion photography and symbolical capital; Televison and fashion media image; Video art and fashion; Transcultural media scene; Print and electronical media and lifestyles; Spectacle and fashion icons; Semiotics of fashion text; Cyber-culture and critical deconstruction of the body; The role of fashion critics in new media; Performative arts and new media; Global capitalism and media imperialism; Ideology of corporative media; Fashion in the network society.
Aim of course The course open the possibilities of contemporary approcah to theory of new media (television, print and online journalism, video art and film) as the way of presentation fashion spectacle. Knowledge about meaning and function of new media in the discouzrse about contemporary fashion as media attraction offers the opportunity to learn something much more about the context of postmodern culture of spectacle. Fashion in new media is the totality of cultural turn from words to icons (fashion-iconic turn). Theoretical knowledge and experience in working together with new media are conditions for integration of fashion design in the world of mass communication and media events construction.
Literature necessary for course Cvitan-Černelić, M., Bartlett, Dj., Vladislavić, A.T., (ed.), FASHION: HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY AND FASHION THEORY, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2002.
Roberts, D., ""Beyond Progress: The Museum and Montage"", Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 5, 2-3/1988.
Barthes, R., THE FASHION SYSTEM, Johnatan Cape, New York, 1985.
Finkelstein, J., FASHION: AN INTRODUCTION, New York University Press, New York, 1988.
Hall, S., Hobson, A., Lowe., A., Willis, P. (ed.), CULTURE, MEDIA, LANGUAGE, Hutchinson, London, 1980.
Supplement literature Sontag, S., ON PHOTOGRAPHY, Anchor Books, New York,1977.
Craik, J., THE FACES OF FASHION: CULTURAL STUDIES IN FASHION, Routledge, London, 1994.
Bourdie, P./Passeron, J.-C., REPRODUCTION IN EDUCATION; SOCIETY AND CULTURE, SAGE, London, 1990.
Lipovetzky, G., THE EMPIRE OF FASHION, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1994.
 
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