MFJ 65 “Architecture On Screen and Off”
No architecture is neutral: its history and the ideologies that drive that history are always inscribed on its surface, in however coded a form. Many of the contributions to this issue model different ways of attending to and deciphering such inscriptions, underscoring the importance of situating images within their expanded, architectural frames.
The issue also includes three texts about artist’s video of the 1970s and ‘80s. Each reveals different aspects of the period.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
David Claerbout, KINDL Center for Contemporary Art
Marianna Simnett, Seventeen gallery
Eve Fowler, Participant Inc.
Artificial Darkness by Noam M. Elcott
Pipilotti Rist, New Museum
Is the Imagination Analog or Digital?
Beware the Light: Figure versus Ground, White versus Black (Blue),
or: Sondra Perry’s Blue Room and Technologies of Race (Notes and Citations)
(Community) Video Art: DCTV’s Expanded Documentary Practice (Notes and Citations)
Joel Neville Anderson
The Invention of Glitch Video: Digital TV Dinner (Notes)
“What are we watching?!”: An Interview with Coleen Fitzgibbon about Colab TV (Notes and Citations)
Connect and Rupture: Jesse McLean on See a Dog, Hear a Dog
Books Received 2016
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15 April 2017, Spring Issue
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