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L'audiovision dans le cinéma d'animation : contribution à la sémiotique

Abstract : The subject of this work is the role of sound in animation, from the concept of audio-vision. This concept, from theorist Michel Chion, expresses an activity or mode of perception that is activated –and that is is the subjective side- of audiovisual productions. In the case of animation this activity gives rise to unique experiences. The meeting point between these aspects is the semiotic scene of a meaningful experience, where a form of textuality (the result of an aural and a visual writing) registered in a physical medium, is activated by a living body. This experience is interpreted as an audio-visual narrative, or as a pure physical experience of rhythm and vibration, which is also a form of sense. This practical scene is understood from the concept of ‘apparatus’, coined in the field of the film theory, but connected here with enunciation theory. To address this complex scene, I chose to focus on a particular aspect: sound and listening, from a semiotic perspective. To test this approach, in this work I propose practical analysis of a type of animated productions that according to the criteria, can be called
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Juan Alberto Conde Aldana. L'audiovision dans le cinéma d'animation : contribution à la sémiotique. Linguistique. Université de Limoges, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LIMO0094⟩. ⟨tel-01877580⟩



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