By Anna Pawlak,Lars Zieke,Isabella Augart
Der Tagungsband fokussiert aus historischer Perspektive Fragen nach prestige, Funktion und Bedeutung von Visualisierungen des Affektiven in der Kunst der Frühen Neuzeit im Kontext ihrer medialen Bedingungen und kulturellen Voraussetzungen. Medienübergreifend gehen die gesammelten Beiträge dem komplexen Wechselverhältnis zwischen der Sichtbarmachung der Affekte in Bildern und deren gezielter Evokation durch Bilder nach. Verankert in aktuellen bildwissenschaftlichen, rezeptionsästhetischen und diskursanalytischen Debatten, versuchen die einzelnen Werkanalysen einen kunsthistorischen Beitrag zur interdisziplinären Erforschung frühneuzeitlicher Affektkulturen zu leisten.
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