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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 6 Issues 1 & 2

Editorial: Points of orientation

ARTICLES

Cinema 66–8: The original London film-makers - Henry K. Miller

History, landscape, nation: British independent film and video in the 1970s and 1980s - Collin Perry

Unfamiliarity and difference: The challenges of supporting arts activity in a new medium - Julia Knight 

The Video Show: A Festival of Independent Video - Ed Webb-Ingall 

In search of lost time: Cordelia Swann, the 1980s and the use of history - Claire M. Holdsworth  

From Reel to Real – an epilogue: Feminist politics and materiality at the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative - Maud Jacquin 

Systems and constraints: Contexts for a British cinema of ‘intentional limitation’ - Federico Windhausen  

The trajectory of Afterimage - Nicolas Helm-Grovas  

Spotlight on Hull: Time-based art on the margins - Emily Wilczek 

Discoveries in the biscuit tin: The role of archives and collections in the history of artists’ moving image in Scotland - Sarah Neely 

Inside media: Shifts in spectatorship through the ICA’s videotheque and cinematheque - Lucy Bayley

FEATURES

Long-form experimental film and the BFI Production Board - William Fowler

Work towards a new ... aims & objectives - Cinenova Working Group

Roundtable discussion: London Video Arts - David Critchley, Terry Flaxton, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Katharine Meynell, Jeremy Welsh and Catherine Elwes

June Givanni in conversation with Onyeka Igwe, ICA, June 2017 - June Givanni and Onyeka Igwe

History lessons, learning outcomes and medium specificity: Teaching artists’ moving image in higher education - Matthew Noel-Tod 

Through the looking glass: Artists’ moving image and the LUX Associate Artists Programme - Maria Palacios Cruz

Lux et Umbra: On the slow rise and fast fall of the Lux Centre - Benjamin Cook

Roundtable discussion: The Volcano generation: London film groups in the 1990s - David Leister, Duncan Reekie, Jennet Thomas, Steven Eastwood, Philip Ilson and Tai Shani

Artists’ dialogues – Transnational exchanges - Nooshin Farhid, Judy Rabinowitz Price and Alia Syed

REVIEW ARTICLES

Here Is Information: Mobilise. Selected writings by Ian White, Mike Sperlinger (ed.) (2016) - Conal McStravick 

‘In the bloody basement again’ – three observations about British conceptual and structural film - David Curtis 

Mediatized memories in Mark Leckey’s Dream English Kid 1964–1999 AD (2015) - Sarah Durcan 

The Performance of Trauma in Moving Image Art, Dirk de Bruyn (2014) - Maria Walsh 

In memoriam Stuart Croft (1970–2015) - Steven Eastwood 

Michael O’Pray: A personal recollection in fragments - Lucy Reynolds 

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 6 Issues 1 & 2

Editorial: Points of orientation

ARTICLES

Cinema 66–8: The original London film-makers - Henry K. Miller

History, landscape, nation: British independent film and video in the 1970s and 1980s - Collin Perry

Unfamiliarity and difference: The challenges of supporting arts activity in a new medium - Julia Knight 

The Video Show: A Festival of Independent Video - Ed Webb-Ingall 

In search of lost time: Cordelia Swann, the 1980s and the use of history - Claire M. Holdsworth  

From Reel to Real – an epilogue: Feminist politics and materiality at the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative - Maud Jacquin 

Systems and constraints: Contexts for a British cinema of ‘intentional limitation’ - Federico Windhausen  

The trajectory of Afterimage - Nicolas Helm-Grovas  

Spotlight on Hull: Time-based art on the margins - Emily Wilczek 

Discoveries in the biscuit tin: The role of archives and collections in the history of artists’ moving image in Scotland - Sarah Neely 

Inside media: Shifts in spectatorship through the ICA’s videotheque and cinematheque - Lucy Bayley

FEATURES

Long-form experimental film and the BFI Production Board - William Fowler

Work towards a new ... aims & objectives - Cinenova Working Group

Roundtable discussion: London Video Arts - David Critchley, Terry Flaxton, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Katharine Meynell, Jeremy Welsh and Catherine Elwes

June Givanni in conversation with Onyeka Igwe, ICA, June 2017 - June Givanni and Onyeka Igwe

History lessons, learning outcomes and medium specificity: Teaching artists’ moving image in higher education - Matthew Noel-Tod 

Through the looking glass: Artists’ moving image and the LUX Associate Artists Programme - Maria Palacios Cruz

Lux et Umbra: On the slow rise and fast fall of the Lux Centre - Benjamin Cook

Roundtable discussion: The Volcano generation: London film groups in the 1990s - David Leister, Duncan Reekie, Jennet Thomas, Steven Eastwood, Philip Ilson and Tai Shani

Artists’ dialogues – Transnational exchanges - Nooshin Farhid, Judy Rabinowitz Price and Alia Syed

REVIEW ARTICLES

Here Is Information: Mobilise. Selected writings by Ian White, Mike Sperlinger (ed.) (2016) - Conal McStravick 

‘In the bloody basement again’ – three observations about British conceptual and structural film - David Curtis 

Mediatized memories in Mark Leckey’s Dream English Kid 1964–1999 AD (2015) - Sarah Durcan 

The Performance of Trauma in Moving Image Art, Dirk de Bruyn (2014) - Maria Walsh 

In memoriam Stuart Croft (1970–2015) - Steven Eastwood 

Michael O’Pray: A personal recollection in fragments - Lucy Reynolds 

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 9772045629003
Subtitle MIRAJ
Publisher(s) Intellect
Editor(s) Catherine Elwes, Ben Cook and Lucy Reynolds
Format Paperback
Original publication date February 2018
Number of pages 296 pages including illustrations

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