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The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. 

The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. 

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The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. It offers a forum for debates surrounding all forms of artists’ moving image and media artworks: films, video installations, expanded cinema, video performance, experimental documentaries, animations, and other screen-based works made by artists. MIRAJ aims to consolidate artists’ moving image as a distinct area of study that bridges a number of disciplines, not limited to, but including art, film, and media.

 

Table of Content - Volume 4 Issues 1 & 2

Editorial: Feminisms: Women artists and the moving image - Catherine Elwes

ARTICLES

From performing resistance to performing autonomy and back again: Alex Bag meets Ann Hirsch - Maria Walsh

The (im)mobilities of assembly-line work: Choreographing the movements of corporate globalization in Ursula Biemann’s Performing the Border - Paula Brailovsky 
 

The difference in figuring women now - Elizabeth Cowie 

Trips, crossings, trudges: A reappraisal of Agnes Martin’s GabrielRuth Burgon 

Persistent recall: War, feminist psychoanalysis and Tracey Moffatt’s Doomed - Saisha Grayson 

A collective response: Feminism, film, performance and Greenham Common - Lucy Reynolds

Physiognomic typage and the construction of the archetypal Weimar-Era Hausfrau in Georg Wilhelm Pabst’s Abwege/The Devious Path - Stephanie Lebas Huber 

Moving pictures: Intersections between art, film and feminism in the 1970s - Amy Tobin

‘I Am A Man’: Performing black masculinity in Shirley Clarke’s The Cool World - Rosa Nogués 

FEATURES

Laura Mulvey in conversation with Catherine Elwes: November 2015 - Laura Mulvey and  Catherine Elwes 

Roundtable discussion: The women of the London Filmmaker’s Co-op - Nina Danino, Jean Matthee, Ruth Novaczek, Sarah Pucill and Alia Syed Chaired chaired by  Maria Palacios Cruz 

Lis Rhodes in conversation with Jenny Lund: London, 16 April 2015 - Lis Rhodes and Jenny Lund 

Utopia: Nalini Malani’s rediscovered films from the period 1969–1976 - Johan Pijnappel 

Part-time feminist: Lauren Barri Holstein in conversation with Anna Watkins Fisher - Lauren Barri Holstein and Anna Watkins 

Andrea Luka Zimmerman in conversation with Lucy Reynolds: Chelsea College of Arts, London, 19 November 2014 - Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Lucy Reynolds 

REVIEW ARTICLES

The singular voice(s) of Vera Frenkel Vera Frenkel, Sigrid Schade (ed.) (2013) - Catherine Elwes 

Feminisms, mirrors: Claude Cahun and Sarah Pucill – a dialogue - Margherita Sprio 

Ope Lori: I Want Me Some Brown Sugar - Catherine Long 

Hacking the self: Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s ‘INSIDER’ - Helena Vilalta 

ORBITUARY

Au revoir, Chantal - Michael Mazière

ARCHIVE

‘Women’s Images of Men’ Seminar ICA: 14 October 1980 - Amy Tobin and Catherine Elwes 

 

The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. It offers a forum for debates surrounding all forms of artists’ moving image and media artworks: films, video installations, expanded cinema, video performance, experimental documentaries, animations, and other screen-based works made by artists. MIRAJ aims to consolidate artists’ moving image as a distinct area of study that bridges a number of disciplines, not limited to, but including art, film, and media.

 

Table of Content - Volume 4 Issues 1 & 2

Editorial: Feminisms: Women artists and the moving image - Catherine Elwes

ARTICLES

From performing resistance to performing autonomy and back again: Alex Bag meets Ann Hirsch - Maria Walsh

The (im)mobilities of assembly-line work: Choreographing the movements of corporate globalization in Ursula Biemann’s Performing the Border - Paula Brailovsky 
 

The difference in figuring women now - Elizabeth Cowie 

Trips, crossings, trudges: A reappraisal of Agnes Martin’s GabrielRuth Burgon 

Persistent recall: War, feminist psychoanalysis and Tracey Moffatt’s Doomed - Saisha Grayson 

A collective response: Feminism, film, performance and Greenham Common - Lucy Reynolds

Physiognomic typage and the construction of the archetypal Weimar-Era Hausfrau in Georg Wilhelm Pabst’s Abwege/The Devious Path - Stephanie Lebas Huber 

Moving pictures: Intersections between art, film and feminism in the 1970s - Amy Tobin

‘I Am A Man’: Performing black masculinity in Shirley Clarke’s The Cool World - Rosa Nogués 

FEATURES

Laura Mulvey in conversation with Catherine Elwes: November 2015 - Laura Mulvey and  Catherine Elwes 

Roundtable discussion: The women of the London Filmmaker’s Co-op - Nina Danino, Jean Matthee, Ruth Novaczek, Sarah Pucill and Alia Syed Chaired chaired by  Maria Palacios Cruz 

Lis Rhodes in conversation with Jenny Lund: London, 16 April 2015 - Lis Rhodes and Jenny Lund 

Utopia: Nalini Malani’s rediscovered films from the period 1969–1976 - Johan Pijnappel 

Part-time feminist: Lauren Barri Holstein in conversation with Anna Watkins Fisher - Lauren Barri Holstein and Anna Watkins 

Andrea Luka Zimmerman in conversation with Lucy Reynolds: Chelsea College of Arts, London, 19 November 2014 - Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Lucy Reynolds 

REVIEW ARTICLES

The singular voice(s) of Vera Frenkel Vera Frenkel, Sigrid Schade (ed.) (2013) - Catherine Elwes 

Feminisms, mirrors: Claude Cahun and Sarah Pucill – a dialogue - Margherita Sprio 

Ope Lori: I Want Me Some Brown Sugar - Catherine Long 

Hacking the self: Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s ‘INSIDER’ - Helena Vilalta 

ORBITUARY

Au revoir, Chantal - Michael Mazière

ARCHIVE

‘Women’s Images of Men’ Seminar ICA: 14 October 1980 - Amy Tobin and Catherine Elwes 

 

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 9772045629003#4.1-2
Subtitle MIRAJ
Publisher(s) Intellect
Editor(s) Catherine Elwes, Erika Balsom, Colin Perry
Format Paperback
Original publication date October 2015
Number of pages 174 pages including illustrations

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