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Borchert, Angela. "Die Produktion von Karikatur in der Karikatur: Zeichnungs-, schreib- und druckszenen in französischen und deutschen illustrierten satire-journalen (1830–1848)." Colloquia Germanica 49. (2016): 201–34. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: de: Deutsch
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BibTeX citation key: Borchert2016
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Categories: General
Keywords: Caricature, Distribution, Early forms of comics, France, Germany, Intermediality, Kulturpolitik, Materiality, Metaisierung, Production, Randformen des Comics
Creators: Borchert
Collection: Colloquia Germanica
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When caricatures reflect the process of drawing, writing and printing, the viewer not only participates in the production of caricatures, but is confronted with the precarious conditions in which the lithographies and woodcuts are created. While the French early realist context highlights the materiality of the production process in the collaborative studio and in the battle for the printing press with the state, the late-romantic German context foregrounds the brutal competition of critics in the journalistic market and the precarious process of production and distribution of the medium in arabesque manner. Both French and German caricatures employ an intermedial dialogue between corporality, typography, and text to seismographically metareflect on the boundaries for the production of caricature.
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