Pascal LEFÈVRE

LUCA School of Arts, Campus Sint-Lukas Brussel (Belgium)

Pascal LEFÈVRE is a special guest professor in the arts at LUCA School of Arts (campus Sint-Lukas Brussels, Belgium) where he teaches history and analysis of graphic narratives. Most of his research (some 100 publications in 9 different languages) deals with graphic narratives, but he occasionally focuses on other media like cinema, animation film, television, poster art, or interactions between media. Next to media theory building he is interested in the formal analysis and the social functioning of media (a recurring theme is the representation of crucial historical events like the Second World War). Recently he has completed an interdisciplinary handbook in Dutch on the visual perception of images in general (Beeld en visuele waarneming, CampusLannoo, 2018). Sometimes he has ventured into artistic creation himself (television, video, photography, comics…). For an overview of his work, please see his personal webpage.

 

Participation in MUTUAL IMAGES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION events

 

MUTUAL IMAGES 2nd International Workshop (2014)

Portrait of Japan: Myths and Realities

Participant:

"The shifting representation of Japan in Belgian popular comics, in the fifteen years after the war (1945-1960)"

 

Publications with Mutual Images Journal

 

Vol. 1 (Summer 2016):

Between Texts and Images: Mutual Images of Japan and Europe

"The shifting representation of Japan in Belgian popular comics, in the fifteen years after the war (1945-1960)" (p. 123-153)

 

 

Involvement with MUTUAL IMAGES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

 

Member of the Editorial Board of Mutual Images Journal