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Millennium Film Journal #62 Millennium Film Journal #62

The focus of Millennium Film Journal's 62nd issue is a series of reviews of new books published. The focus of Millennium Film Journal's 62nd issue is a series of reviews of new books published.
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We are the oldest journal of artists’ moving image works on the planet. As long as we continue, this is one thing that cannot change. But everything else can.

 

Table of Content: NEW BOOKS No 62. Fall 2015

Introduction, The Editors

REVIEWS

ART, CINEMA, EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS

Vera Dika, The Light Of Day/The Heat Of Night, Peggy Ahwesh at Times Square

Steven Jacobs, Mark Lewis’ Invention at the Louvre

Jihoon Kim, Factory Complex, The Post-Vérité Turn of Korean, Experimental Documentary

Maureen Nappi, Pinky’s Rule, Amy Sillman and Charles Bernstein

Simon Payne, Malcolm Le Grice’s No Idea, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Rachel Stevens, Hito Steyerl at Artists Space

Rachel Valinsky, Séance Fiction, The Banff Centre, Alberta

BOOKS

Andrzej Jachimczyk, The Struggle for Form: Perspectives on Polish Avant-garde Film 1916-1989

Juan Carlos Kase, Cinema by Other Means

Sarah Keller, Alternative Projections, Experimental Film in Los Angeles 1945-1980

Chris Kennedy, Installation and the Moving Image

Laura Marks, The Practice of Light: A Genealogy of Visual Technologies from Prints to Pixels

Birgit Schneidmueller, TRANSMEDIA FRICTIONS: The Digital, the Arts, and the Humanities

Angela Dalle Vacche, Color and Empathy, Essays on Two Aspects of Film

Grahame Weinbren, Motion(less) Pictures, The Cinema of Stasis

Alison Wielgus, TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television

Michael Zryd, Between the Black Box and the White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art

ARTICLES

John Powers, Glancing Outward: Notes on the New Historicist Film Parts III & IV

COLOR

Peggy Ahwesh, Mark Lewis, Hito Steyerl, Amy Sillman & Charles Bernstein, John, Vicario, Jenny Okun, Walther Ruttmann, Claire Dennis, Fern Silva

ARTIST PAGES

Bruce McClure, EXCRESCENCE ON TIME

INTERVIEWS

Josh Guilford, In All Directions An Interview with Fern Silva

IN MEMORIAM

Nicky Hamlyn, A. L. Rees 1949–2014

We are the oldest journal of artists’ moving image works on the planet. As long as we continue, this is one thing that cannot change. But everything else can.

 

Table of Content: NEW BOOKS No 62. Fall 2015

Introduction, The Editors

REVIEWS

ART, CINEMA, EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS

Vera Dika, The Light Of Day/The Heat Of Night, Peggy Ahwesh at Times Square

Steven Jacobs, Mark Lewis’ Invention at the Louvre

Jihoon Kim, Factory Complex, The Post-Vérité Turn of Korean, Experimental Documentary

Maureen Nappi, Pinky’s Rule, Amy Sillman and Charles Bernstein

Simon Payne, Malcolm Le Grice’s No Idea, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Rachel Stevens, Hito Steyerl at Artists Space

Rachel Valinsky, Séance Fiction, The Banff Centre, Alberta

BOOKS

Andrzej Jachimczyk, The Struggle for Form: Perspectives on Polish Avant-garde Film 1916-1989

Juan Carlos Kase, Cinema by Other Means

Sarah Keller, Alternative Projections, Experimental Film in Los Angeles 1945-1980

Chris Kennedy, Installation and the Moving Image

Laura Marks, The Practice of Light: A Genealogy of Visual Technologies from Prints to Pixels

Birgit Schneidmueller, TRANSMEDIA FRICTIONS: The Digital, the Arts, and the Humanities

Angela Dalle Vacche, Color and Empathy, Essays on Two Aspects of Film

Grahame Weinbren, Motion(less) Pictures, The Cinema of Stasis

Alison Wielgus, TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television

Michael Zryd, Between the Black Box and the White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art

ARTICLES

John Powers, Glancing Outward: Notes on the New Historicist Film Parts III & IV

COLOR

Peggy Ahwesh, Mark Lewis, Hito Steyerl, Amy Sillman & Charles Bernstein, John, Vicario, Jenny Okun, Walther Ruttmann, Claire Dennis, Fern Silva

ARTIST PAGES

Bruce McClure, EXCRESCENCE ON TIME

INTERVIEWS

Josh Guilford, In All Directions An Interview with Fern Silva

IN MEMORIAM

Nicky Hamlyn, A. L. Rees 1949–2014

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 9771064558028#62
Publisher(s) Millennium Film Workshop
Editor(s) Grahame Weinbren
Format Paperback
Original publication date Fall 2015
Number of pages 96 pages

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