MFJ 64 “Image Machines”

Fall 2016

 

As MFJ reflects on its history, we also proceed into the future, in our continuing inquiry into artists’ cinema—the “image machine,” with and through personal vision. Questions of medium specificity have been supplanted by a kind of technical eclecticism. This new range of modalities, these “image machines,” require equally eclectic and agile work of critique. We offer a selection of texts in a range of formulations.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Kenneth White
Introduction

 

REVIEWS

Ekrem Serdar
Eyes Without a Face, The 54th Ann Arbor Film Festival

Rachel Stevens
Omer Fast, James Cohan Gallery

Matt Turner
Between Ethics and Aesthetics: Frames of Representation

Rachel Valinsky
TeleGen: Art and Television, Kunstmuseum Bonn

Grahame Weinbren
Short Film Days, Oberhausen Film Festival 2016 (Notes)

 

ARTICLES

Vera Dika
Remaking the Serpentine Dance: Film as Material/Body as Trace

Maria Engberg
Jonathan Harris’s I Love Your Work: Procedurality and Weak Narrative

Greg de Cuir Jr & Miriam De Rosa
A treatise on the apparatus and the artistic yield of Yervant Gianikian & Angela Ricci Lucchi

 

ARTIST PAGES

Nina Yuen

 

COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS

Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli and Federico Lodoli

Roberto Minervini

Stephanie Wuertz

Jonathan Harris

 

INTERVIEWS

Scott MacDonald
Interview with Bill Morrison, 6 Recent Films

 

IN MEMORIAM

Peggy Ahwesh
Peter Hutton 1944–2016

Abigail Child
Tony Conrad 1940–2016

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Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 7 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 October 2016, Fall Issue

Pages

80

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