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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 3 issue 2

In memoriam – Catherine Elwes 

ARTICLES

The poetic reactivation of historical time: Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s Where is Where? – Maria Walsh 

Between canvas and celluloid: Painted films and filmed paintings – Gregory Zinman 

Threshold faces: The physiognomy of Comédie – David Foster  – David Foster 

Cinema–in–the–round: Doug Aitken’s SONG 1 (2012), the Hirshhorn Museum and the pleasures of cinematic projection – Annie Dell’Aria 

FEATURES

James Mackay in conversation with Stuart Comer: Derek Jarman’s Super 8 films – James Mackay and Stuart Comer 

Roundtable discussion: London Film-makers’ Co-op, the second generation – Nina Danino, James Mackay, Michael Mazière, Vicky Smith and William Fowler 

Exercise (Djibouti) 2012: John Gerrard in conversation with Paul Bonaventura – John Gerrard and Paul Bonaventura 

Ben Rivers in conversation with Stuart Comer – Ben Rivers and Stuart Comer 

REVIEW ARTICLES

Flesh Cinema: The Corporeal Turn in American Avant-Garde Film, Ara Osterweil (2014) – James Boaden 

TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television, Maeve Connolly (2014) – Catherine Elwes 

Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art, Erika Balsom (2013) – Steven Jacobs 

John Woodman’s early landscape films – Jeffrey Langille 

ORBITUARY

David Hall (1937–2014) – Steven Ball 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 3 issue 2

In memoriam – Catherine Elwes 

ARTICLES

The poetic reactivation of historical time: Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s Where is Where? – Maria Walsh 

Between canvas and celluloid: Painted films and filmed paintings – Gregory Zinman 

Threshold faces: The physiognomy of Comédie – David Foster  – David Foster 

Cinema–in–the–round: Doug Aitken’s SONG 1 (2012), the Hirshhorn Museum and the pleasures of cinematic projection – Annie Dell’Aria 

FEATURES

James Mackay in conversation with Stuart Comer: Derek Jarman’s Super 8 films – James Mackay and Stuart Comer 

Roundtable discussion: London Film-makers’ Co-op, the second generation – Nina Danino, James Mackay, Michael Mazière, Vicky Smith and William Fowler 

Exercise (Djibouti) 2012: John Gerrard in conversation with Paul Bonaventura – John Gerrard and Paul Bonaventura 

Ben Rivers in conversation with Stuart Comer – Ben Rivers and Stuart Comer 

REVIEW ARTICLES

Flesh Cinema: The Corporeal Turn in American Avant-Garde Film, Ara Osterweil (2014) – James Boaden 

TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television, Maeve Connolly (2014) – Catherine Elwes 

Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art, Erika Balsom (2013) – Steven Jacobs 

John Woodman’s early landscape films – Jeffrey Langille 

ORBITUARY

David Hall (1937–2014) – Steven Ball and Catherine Elwes

 

 

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 9772045629003#3.2
Subtitle MIRAJ 3.2
Publisher(s) Intellect
Editor(s) Catherine Elwes, Erika Balsom, Colin Perry
Format Paperback
Original publication date October 2015
Number of pages 165 pages including illustrations

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