intermedial

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intermedial

(ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪəl)
adj
occurring or situated between two points, extremes, places, etcacting as an intermediary
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He covers doing things with pictures, wanton pictures: intermedial intercourse in The Taming of the Shrew, pictures in boxes: containers and contained in The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet as portrait: a shadow's shadow, the double life of images in Twelfth Night, and the queen's picture.
The tread zones are comprised of three circumferential load bearing zones, with each zone containing a portion of the running surface of the tread, comprised of a silica-rich intermedial rubber zone positioned between and extending beneath two carbon black-rich lateral tread zones.
The premise of this collection responds to a fundamental question: how are early modern texts, objects, and systems of knowledge imaged and consumed through bimodal, hybrid, or intermedial products that rely on both words and pictures to convey meaning?
How do we make sense of the often bewildering forms of modernist montage with its characteristically disorienting relations of size and perspective, its confounding aesthetic and intermedial references?
Although his approach is clearly associated with transgeneric and intermedial movements in postclassical and neoclassical narrative studies, he does not fail to clarify the connections between his approach and the other two main research areas in narratology, contextualist and cognitive narratology.
The first chapter, "Real Virtualities and the Undead Genre," focuses on ekphrasis as "an intermedial space between narrative and image" that "carr[ies] the burden of making legible to our myriad virtual publics the melancholic, visually excessive remainders of our capitalist deathworlds" (34).
This is the method of transposition d'art, or intermedial (7) writing, that Borges develops and that his countryman Julio Cortazar later adopts and refines.
En relacion con Los cuadernos de don Rigoberto (1997) y su caracter intratextual, pues no solo retoma a personajes del Elogio de la madrastra, Habra insiste en su unidad ontologica y la construccion en abismo (de mise en abyme) que se produce, pues debe atender ademas a las narraciones de cuadros/grabados y sus comentarios en una red intermedial (69-102).
Ademas, en coherencia con la naturaleza intermedial de la poesia de Carrasco, utilizare algunos conceptos procedentes de una linea teorica reciente en el campo de los estudios de cine--propulsada por los estudios de Agnes Petho (2011), Laura Marks (2002), Martine Beugnet (2007), Laura Mulvey (2006)--que se concentra en la materialidad perceptiva de la experiencia cinematografica.
The volume's introduction, "Convergence-Zone: Art, Theory, Therapy", sets up the initial conditions of his intermedial genealogy of digital culture, envisioned as therapeutic cognitive practice beyond "configurations of irreducibly linguistic 'wiring'" (5), the physical and the mechanically 'smart' (intelligent self-replication), the analog and the digital
Within an intermedial complex, Simonson includes revealing analyses of such music as J.