MFJ 55 “Structures and Spaces: Cine-Installation”

Spring 2012

 

Black box or white cube? The question feels almost age-old – or maybe just clichéd. Even so, there was a time when cinema’s obvious place was in the black box – and now, as avant-garde cinema morphs into artists’ cinema, it is difficult to imagine an artist who works with the moving image who would not consider installation or how to construct his or her work around a loop. This issue of the Millennium Film Journal addresses the manifestation of this trend in contemporary work through the eyes of practitioners and thinkers (and some who are both).

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Jessica Ruffin & Grahame Weinbren
Introduction

 

REVIEWS

Kenneth White
Eija-Liisa Ahtila

Rachel Stevens
The Territory of Images, Harun Farocki, Images of War at a Distance

Ken Eisenstein
On Tic | Tic On, Optic Antics: The Cinema of Ken Jacobs

 

ARTICLES

Laura U. Marks
Immersed in the Single Channel: Experimental Media From Theater to Gallery

Gerald O’Grady
The Emergence of Steina

J. Ronald Green
The Re-emergence of the Film/Video Loop

Kim Knowles
Better Viewed on the Wall of an Art Gallery?

 

COLOR FEATURES & ILLUSTRATIONS

Coleen Fitzgibbon
Paul Sharits, At Greene Naftali, New York

Eija-Liisa Ahtila
Steina
Alfred Guzzetti
Jordan Belson
Robert Breer
George Kuchar
Harun Farocki

 

ARTIST PAGES

Norman Lock
Scenarios for Three Video Installations

 

INTERVIEWS

Scott MacDonald
An Interview with Alfred Guzzetti

 

IN MEMORIAM

Gene Youngblood
Jordan Belson (1926-2011)

George Griffin
Robert Breer (1926-2011)

Marie Losier
George Kuchar (1942-2011)

Daryl Chin
Owen Land A.K.A. George Landow (1944-2011)

Mark Toscano
Robert Nelson (1930-2011)

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Weight 8.20 oz
Dimensions 7 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 April 2012, Spring Issue

Pages

92

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