MFJ 57 “Violence in Artists’ Cinema”
We are born in violence. And we live in violence. Yet, too often we feel these facts should be denied. What horror might befall us if we sought to embrace the abject and explore our darker impulses? What if we were to find such pleasure in these dark regions that we decide to never return? The articles, reviews, and artist pages in this issue treat these questions – delving into works that both contemplate and enact various ‘violent’ acts.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Micro/Mutabilité: The Experimental Documentary Short at Wavelengths 2012
Andrew St. Maurice
Tony Conrad: WiP
Where’s the Baby? Ian Olds’ FRANCOPHRENIA
Gregg Biermann and Sarah Markgraf
Cut to the Chase: Brian L. Frye’s A Reasonable Man
The Aftermath of Prophecies: Peggy Ahwesh’s Ape of Nature
Art After the Destruction of Experience: DIAS and Experimental Film
Embedded Aggression Implied or Enacted Video Works by Catherine Elwes and David Critchley
Until You Get To Know Me: Tony Oursler’s Aetiology of Television
Film, The Violent Mirror
Remaking a Found-Footage Film in a Digital Age: An Interview with Jennifer Proctor
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15 April 2013, Spring Issue
Andrew St. Maurice, Anna Marziano, Duncan White, Federico Windhausen, Gregg Biermann, Jennifer Montgomery, Jessica Ruffin, Kenneth White, Noe Kidder, Pat O’Neill, Peggy Ahwesh, Roberta Friedman, Sarah T. Markgraf, Scott MacDonald, Tony Conrad, Tony Oursler
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