British Journal of Aesthetics 52 (4):353-363 (2012)
|Abstract||The aim of this paper is to argue that our experience of artworks is normally multimodal. It is the result of perceptual processing in more than one sense modality. In other words, multimodal experience of art is not the exception; it is the rule. I use the example of music in order to demonstrate the various ways in which the visual sense modality influences the auditory processing of music and conclude that this should make us look more closely at our practices of engaging with artworks|
|Keywords||Multimodality Multimodal perception Sense modalities Music Film|
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