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MFJ 73 “everywhere”
This issue focuses on novel ways of understanding the world through the moving image and offers their readers a fresh insight into the very basis of cinematic experience. Highlights include Chris Dymond’s article on the limitations of photographic and moving image technologies for representing the full extent of reality, Sarah Friedland’s free-ranging conversation with the curators of three recent exhibitions addressing Speculative Realism, Andrzej Jachimczyk’s late night explorations of streaming cinema, and more.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Radical Acts of Care: Media City Film Festival
Amit Dutta’s Wittgenstein Plays Chess with Marcel Duchamp, Or How Not to Do Philosophy on MUBI
Things Are Not What They Seem: e-flux Artist Cinemas 2020
Japanese Expanded Cinema and Intermedia: Critical Texts of the 1960s
Plant-Filming: Re-viewing Vegetality (Notes and Citations)
The Speculative Nonfiction Zeitgeist
Sarah Ema Friedland with Emily Apter, Almudena Escobar López, Annie Horner, Inney Prakash, and Rachael Rakes
Scroll Montage and the Cinematic:
A Conversation With Director Gu Xiaogang on Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains (Notes and Citations)
Ying Xiao and Wei Lin
Fields of View: Film Art and Spectatorship by A.L. Rees
Experimental Film and Photochemical Practices by Kim Knowles
David E. James
London’s Arts Labs and the 60s Avant-Garde by David Curtis
Alan Rath (1959 — 2020)
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15 April 2021, Spring Issue
Almudena Escobar López, Amber Noé, Andrzej Jachimczyk, Annie Horner, Chris Dymond, David E. James, Emily Apter, Inney Prakash, Jenny Perlin, Jim Campbell, John Rapko, Jonathan Ellis, Nicky Hamlyn, Rachael Rakes, Sarah Ema Friedland, Wei Lin, Ying Xiao
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