This volume explores what digital morphing means, both as a cultural practice specific to our times and as a link to a much broader history of images of human transformation.'
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Vivian Sobchack is Professor and Associate Dean in the School of Theater, Film, and Television at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is the author of "Screening Space: The American Science Fiction Film "(1997) and "The Address of the Eye: A Phenomenology of Film Experience "(1992) and the editor of "Meta-Morphing: Visual Transformation and the Culture of Quick Change "(2000) and "The Persistence of History: Cinema, Television, and the Modern Event "(1996), among other books.
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Book Description University of Minnesota Press, 1999. Library Binding. Book Condition: Used: Good. Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. pages are tight and unmarked, cover is very good, only evidence of ownership by library is stamp inside front cover, no pockets or stickers. Additional postage charges may be requested for domestic or international shipping of large books. You will be notified by email if extra charges are requested, or you may email us before you order for a shipping quote. Bookseller Inventory # 9-5-14-12410k-NA