Tempo Und Tempokritik in Berlin - Die Symphonie Der Großstadt

Tempo Und Tempokritik In Berlin Die Symphonie Der Großstadt


Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2008 im Fachbereich Kulturwissenschaften - Sonstiges, Note: 1,3, Universit???t Augsburg, Veranstaltung: Die Weimarer Republik in politik- und kulturgeschichtlicher Perspektive, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: "In einem Punkt," so schreibt Hartmut Rosa in seinem 2005 erschienenen Werk "Beschleunigung: Die Ver???nderung der Zeitstrukturen in der Moderne," "sind sich die Verfechter wie die Ver???chter der Moderne von Anfang an [...] einig: ihre konstitutive Grunderfahrung ist diejenige einer ungeheuren Beschleunigung der Welt und des Lebens und des je individuellen Erfahrungsstromes." Die von Rosa getroffene Feststellung, dass die "Erfahrung von Modernisierung [...] eine Erfahrung der Beschleunigung" ist, f???hrt zu der Frage, wie diese durch eine Erh???hung des Lebenstempos gekennzeichnete Moderne individuell und kollektiv wahrgenommen, bewertet und medial inszeniert wird. Die vorliegende Arbeit will dieser Fragestellung am Beispiel des Dokumentarfilms Berlin - Die Sinfonie der Gro???stadt von Walter Ruttmann aus dem Jahre 1927 nachgehen. Der Film zeigt in dokumentarischen Aufnahmen, die mittels der Montagetechnik verbunden werden, in f???nf 'Akten' einen Tag im Leben der Gro???stadt Berlin. Im Mittelpunkt steht die Frage, wie der f???r die Selbstwahrnehmung der Moderne entscheidende Topos des 'Tempos' in Berlin inszeniert und bewertet wird. Entgegen vieler zeitgen???ssischer Wahrnehmungen und den meisten wissenschaftlichen Analysen3, die den Film als unkritische Apotheose des Tempos interpretieren, wird dabei die These vertreten, dass Berlin nicht ausschlie???lich, aber auch als eine Kritik an der als Beschleunigungsph???nomen verstandenen Moderne gelesen werden kann. Vor der formalen wie inhaltlichen Analyse des Films soll in einem theoretischen Teil dargestellt werden, warum gerade Berlin als paradigmatisch f???r die Auseinandersetzung mit dem Topos des 'Tempos' in der Weimarer Republik gelten kann. Zun???chst wird auf die enge Verbindung der Stadt als Ort der Modern



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  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Grin Publishing
  • ISBN-13: 9783640343898
  • Publication Year: 2009
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