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Canada can offer, as the only plausible source of its distinctiveness, the fact that it is neither a blatant copy of a U. This experience of vaguely recognizable faces thickening the social structures within and against which charismatic lead performers pursue their destinies is a persistent, if generally unacknowledged, feature of the intervisuality of English Canadian audiovisual culture.

This is in keeping with their status as interdisciplinary areas that emerged in the early to midth century and crossed the humanities and the social sciences. Please subscribe or login to access full text content. By treating several images in terms of the ways in which they stage some of the predicaments of Canadian cultural expression, however, I hope to contribute in a speculative fashion to the study of Canadian popular visuality.

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Personal use only; commercial use is strictly prohibited for details see Privacy Policy and Legal Notice. Neither, however, does the painting occlude these relationships. New Work on the Politics of Literary Theory.

Cross-Border Visualities and the Canadian Image

On either side of this division, one finds very different systems of mutual reference, of the intervisuality referred to earlier. The sense that national or supranational entities might be distinguished by the meduaticos of one cultural form or another has woven its way through analyses of media and culture for a long time.

The Quebec celebrity gossip magazine Echos Vedettesshown in Figure Fouris notable in at least two ways. The scene exposes these relationships, not by somehow elaborating a meta-language with which to speak of them, but by visually staging patterns of subservience and stereotypification that have longer histories.


As Anne Whitelaw has shown, in her influential study of Canadian art museums, the consolidation of a national painterly tradition, with the Group of Seven painters at its centre, was inseparable from the designation of empty landscapes as core features of a collective national experience Whitelaw.

Tango and the Political Economy of Passion. This flattening problematizes any easy distinction between language and metalanguage, between those elements, which come from various kinds of cultural elsewhere, and a narrative or authorial voice that would work to reframe them within national or other frameworks of collective understanding.

Cultural Studies and Communication. Help Center Find new research papers in: Whereas the dominant forms of communication studies are dedicated to scholarly objectivity and disciplinary coherence, cultural studies is more akin to a tendency connected to concerns and identities on the margins of academia, and committed to methodological diversity.

The supposedly pessimistic orientation of political economy is frequently eschewed in favor of a faith in the resistive qualities of the oppressed and silenced. Within such images, she suggests, we may observe the frequent clash or collusion of culturally distinct visual traditions and practices of looking. University of Ottawa Press, I treat this scene as hieroglyphic for the ways in which it offers an image of materials people, spaces, objects overlaid within a distinctive arrangement that condenses a broader set of relationships.

New York and London: In other words, the Canadian and U. With their styles ciudadnaos themes formed, wlnocur of the time, in an unending cultural traffic with the United States, mainstream Canadian images are unlikely to manifest a significant interweaving of distinct visual systems. Representing Africans and Jews.

A key analytic question posed by images in general is the manner in which the spatial proximity of elements visible within them offers itself up as emblematic of social or political forms of intimacy and estrangement. When, as is so often the case, these axes serve to differentiate visual elements that are recognizably American and others we read as Canadian, a transnational relationship has assumed cultural solidity as iconographic convention.

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In contrast, the image the photograph, painting, or film segment is more likely to give us an overlaying of motifs and influences which flattens them upon a shared material base the canvas or photo-chemical surface, for examplesuch that clues as to their differential provenance are elusive. Jody Berland and Shelley Hornstein. To Canadian viewers of Chicagomemories of Feore and McCann in these earlier roles can only enhance their associations with authority, even as the same memories make their diminished screen time in Chicago seem all the more humiliating.

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We may explore versions of these discrepancies through the brief consideration of two very different kinds mwdiaticos images. I begin with this scene as a way of raising a set of questions having to do winochr popular visuality in Canada. Our cities, touted as being virtually indistinguishable from those of the United States, are ciuddanos more likely than our natural landscapes to serve as the settings for American films.

If Echo Vedettes works centrifically, gathering the different components of Quebecois popular culture within a coherent universe of places, names, and sensations, the cover of Hello! These systems, which bind together series of images on either side of the linguistic divide, are further differentiated by the extent and character of their proximity to models from elsewhere and, in particular, to those that come from the United States.

If I resist the temptation to characterize the public culture of Canada in terms of any dominant sense, medium, or cultural form, I would nevertheless argue that still or moving images express, in distinctly revealing ways, the varieties of our relationship to the United States and its commercial, popular culture.

Situating the Pictorial Turn.