“Zelando o ouro produzido no passado”: escavando construtos de memória da publicidade audiovisual a partir do site propagandas históricas
Krause, Roberta Fleck Saibro
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DescriptionBy characteristic of the profession, the history of advertising is documented in various forms, from the socially established bodies, such as creation yearbooks and awards in the industry, as well as in many individual initiatives, "filing" web ads, television and radio jingles commercial, as the site Propagandas Historicas. When looking at the audiovisual advertising content across the memorialization feature of advertising, we were infected by the debate, which strains the audiovisualities and techno culture. We fail to face the memory as the source "redeeming the past," and we think the history through the anachronisms, positioning the image as central character in thinking about time, which characterizes the images as carriers of memory. In this sense, searched the web looking for the memory constructs of the audiovisual advertising from the website Propagandas Historicas and found in its adjacent areas, by effect of dispersion and convergence, fragments of this audiovisual content, whose route directed the movement to build our mapping and therefore constellations our map. Therefore, from the reflection on the dialectical and which have different time frames images it is that we break for the dissection of interfaces, with the backdrop of the media archeology is that excavated the layers (or times) that coalesce in our object. Thus, we find within the crop we deal with in our research, that the memory constructs of audiovisual advertising on the web go through four layers: web, archiving, TV and user, and their occurrences are given in different ways by each of the three constellations that we mapped over our archaeological act, namely: PH, Social Networks (Facebook and YouTube fragments), Websites and Blogs. Therefore, the theoretical reflection had contributions from scholars such as Pierre Nora (1993), Georges Didi-Huberman (2006), Lev Manovich (2001), Gustavo Fischer (2012), Wendy Chun (2008), Jay David Bolter and Richard Grusin (1999), Marshall McLuhan (1964), Walter Benjamin (2006), Henri Bergson (2006), Siegfried Zielinski (2006) and Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka (2011).
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