volume 14, issue 1, P3-4 2019
DOI: 10.1177/1746847719835693
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Suzanne Buchan

Abstract: Already in his title, '(In)Animate Semiotics: Virtuality and Deleuzian Illusion(s) of Life', Spencer Roberts hints at a number of tensions he explores around issues of representation, the notion of becoming, and process philosophy in relation to animation. With a focus on Dan Torre's recent book Animation-Process, Cognition and Actuality (2017), Roberts mainly concentrates on works from two proponents of proto-and early cinema-Emile Cohl and J Stuart Blackton-and some more recent animation films. He weaves a c…

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