MFJ 70 “Body Memory”

Fall 2019

 

This collection of texts, along with remembrances of several recently deceased beloved members of the artist moving image community, clarifies a moment within our field and our world in which questions of body and memory are contentious and of great urgency.

“[Barbara Hammer] danced, seemed occasionally transported, as she recalled her 1970s performance-making. We called it body memory.”

Corina Copp “Be Mine, Barbara”

 

“I came to think of the film strip as a body that’s acquiring memory.”
Alexandre Larose, quoted in Tess Takahashi’s article on his film brouillard #14

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction
Grahame Weinbren with Vincent Warne

 

REVIEWS

Psychospiritual Undercurrents: Jennifer Reeder’s Knives and Skin at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival
Lucea Spinelli

Deconstructing Political Narratives: George’s Poem by Péter Lichter
Bori Máté

Journey Toward the Self: This Is Not Berlin at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival
Jonathan Ellis

 

ARTICLES

Ardele Lister’s Divine Irony
Laura U. Marks

From Picture Plane to Astral Plane: Shana Moulton’s Whispering Pines
Faith Holland and Seth Barry Watter

Alexandre Larose’s brouillard #14: Analog Experimental Film as Data Visualization
Tess Takahashi

 

CONVERSATIONS

New Red Order
Patrick Harrison

Filmmaking in a Minor Key: A Conversation Between
Toby Lee and Lana Lin

A Playground for Filmmaking: An Interview with Marie Losier
Joel Schlemowitz

 

IN MEMORIAM

Phil Solomon (1954 — 2019)
Eve Heller

Barbara Hammer (1939 — 2019)
Corina Copp

Gerald O’Grady (1931 — 2019)
Bruce Jenkins

Agnès Varda (1928 — 2019)
Dominique Bluher

Books Received

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Weight 13 oz
Dimensions 8 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 November 2019, Fall Issue

Pages

90

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