MFJ 54 “Focus on Carolee Schneemann”

Summer 2011

 

With this issue, the Millennium Film Journal takes on a new look. The design update is intended to reflect an evolution of the conception of the journal’s currency, its audiences and its general place in the world of culture. While we are still and always fundamentally linked to the history of the avant-garde film, we also recognize that contemporary artists use the moving image in many different ways, while even the medium itself takes on multiple personalities. And how could we think to maintain our connection to such vibrancy without altering our wardrobe?

It is partly fortuitous and partly deliberate that the redesign of the MFJ coincides with an issue highlighting the work of Carolee Schneemann. She is a paradigm example of an artist who uses the moving image for its intensity of cinematic presentation in some works and as a element of sculptural installation in others. Kenneth White, guest editor of the Focus on Carolee Schneemann, has assembled a collection of texts remarkable for the range of approaches and interpretive tools brought to the artist’s work, and Shona Masarin’s design reflects this kaleidescopic variety with elegance and humor.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Jessica Ruffin & Grahame Weinbren
Editor’s Note

 

REVIEWS

Rachel Stevens
Cinematic Time Replayed On two exhibitions:
Hubbard and Birchler’s Méliès at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

and Christian Marclay’s The Clock at Paula Cooper Gallery

Roberta Friedman
Tribeca Film Festival 2011

Grahame Weinbren
Migrating Forms Festival 2011

Grahame Weinbren
Jim Campbell, Scattered Light

 

ARTIST PAGES

Mounir Fatmi
God’s VCR

 

FOCUS ON CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN

Kenneth White
Introduction

Peggy Phelan & Kristine Stiles
In conversation

Sarah H. Paulson
Disappearing with Everything: After and With Carolee Schnemann

R. Bruce Elder
Dream Flesh

Soyoung Yoon
A Broken Line

David E. James
On Fuses

Brett Kashmere
Seen Missing: The Case of Kitch’s Last Meal

Juan Carlos Kase
Kitch’s Last Meal: Art, Life, and Quotidiana in the Observational Cinema of Carolee Schneemann

Carolee Schneemann
Portfolio: Kitch’s Last Meal

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Weight 7.53 oz
Dimensions 7 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 July 2011, Summer Issue

Pages

92

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