Staging Atmospheres

Materiality, culture, and the texture of the in-between

Mikkel Bille, Peter Bjerregaard, Tim Flohr Sørensen

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Resumé

The article introduces the special issue on staging atmospheres by surveying the philosophical, political and anthropological literature on atmosphere, and explores the relationship between atmosphere, material culture, subjectivity and affect. Atmosphere seems to occupy one of the classic localities of tensions between matter and the immaterial, the practical and the ideal, and subject and object. In the colloquial language there can, moreover, often seem to be something authentic or genuine about atmosphere, juxtaposing it to staging, which is implied to be something simulated or artificial. Nevertheless, people’s experience of the environment is sought manipulated in a variety of contexts, often without offering a less ‘true’ experience of a situation than if it had not been manipulated by people. In fact, orchestrations of space are often central to sociality, politics and aesthetics. This introduction seeks to outline how a number of scholars have addressed the relationship between staged atmospheres and experience, and thus highlight both the philosophical, social and political aspects of atmospheres
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEmotion, Space and Society
Vol/bind15
Sider (fra-til)31-38
ISSN1755-4586
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2015

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Bille, Mikkel ; Bjerregaard, Peter ; Sørensen, Tim Flohr. / Staging Atmospheres : Materiality, culture, and the texture of the in-between. I: Emotion, Space and Society. 2015 ; Bind 15. s. 31-38.
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Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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