MFJ 60 “Fundamentals”

Fall 2014

 

Enrico Camporesi & Rinaldo Censi’s enlightening conversational interview with Fisher is paired with Joana Pimenta’s precise analysis of his work centered on the film (). Both texts describe the way Fisher’s cinematic work is often based on or generated by the procedures, the apparatus, or, generally, the contrivances of filmmaking. This basic idea marks the major theme of this issue, the various connections between artists’ moving image and the fundamentals of cinema.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Grahame Weinbren
Introduction

 

REVIEWS

Joel Schlemowitz
Karpotrotter at the Tribeca Film Festival

Caroline Koebel
52nd Ann Arbor Film Festival

J. Ronald Green
Lynne Sachs: Disarming Drift

Susan Felleman
Erika Balsom’s Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art

 

ARTICLES

Kim Knowles
Self-Skilling and Home-Brewing: Some Reflections on Photochemical Film Culture

Pip Chodorov
The Artist-Run Film Labs

Alison Wielgus
Inside the Director’s Studio Screening Room, Art and Avant-Garde Cinema,
and Television’s Pedagogical Impulse

Ara Osterweil
James Turrell, Dreams Beyond Cinema

Joana Pimenta
Serial Chance: Inserts and Intruders

 

COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS

Penelope Spheeris
Bradley Eros and Aline Mare
Robert Schaller
Esther Unis
Joanna Vaude

 

ARTIST PAGES

Faith Holland
VVVVVV

 

INTERVIEWS

Enrico Camporesi and Rinaldo Censi
Single-takes and Great Complexities: A Conversation with Morgan Fisher

 

IN MEMORIAM

Jill Godmilow
Harun Farocki 1944–2014

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Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 7 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 October 2014, Fall Issue

Pages

96

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