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6 edition of Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema (Digital Futures) found in the catalog.

Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema (Digital Futures)

by Janine Marchessault

  • 54 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by University of Toronto Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Film theory & criticism,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Cinema/Film: Book,
  • Film & Video - General,
  • Performing Arts / Film / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7874256M
    ISBN 100802092977
    ISBN 109780802092977

    Education. Burnett was born 24 May in London, England. In , he received a PhD in Communications Studies from McGill was a Professor at La Trobe University in Melbourne from and a teacher, during the s at Vanier College in Montreal. He was the director of the Graduate Program in Communications at McGill University from Michael Uwemedimo (born ) is a writer and curator, and a founding member of the filmmaking collaboration, Vision Machine. Fluid Screens/Expanded Cinema It is a book concerned with the image and the poetics of interrogation, of asking questions; it is a history of curiosity. For a public seminar at BAK in November (with Rod Dickinson.

    Review: Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema. by Janine Marchessault and Susan Lord, eds. Andrew Utterson (pp. ) DOI: /FQ Back to top. Previous Next. Review: Filmmaking by the Book: Italian Cinema and Literary Adaptation by Millicent Marcus. Debating Inglourious Basterds. The Lost Unconscious. Translation into a televisual format; televising. , Janine Marchessault, Susan Lord, Fluid screens, expanded cinema This goes against the current of the televisualization of the Web, where the end-user-defined HTML language is being submerged in a wave of server-defined Javascript. The introduction of television to a region. , Toby Miller.

    Gene Youngblood is a Professor of Critical Studies in the Department of Moving Image Arts at the College of Santa Fe in New Mexico. He is the author of Expanded Cinema, published by E.P. Dutton in , the first book about video as an art medium. Chicago; “What We Must Do,” in Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema, Janine Marchessault and. In the last few years the word ”documentary” has been loosely used to describe multimedia pieces that Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS Marchessault, J., Lord, S. (eds.) Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema, pp. 29– Wiley-Blackwell () Google Scholar. 4. Youngblood, G.: Expanded Cinema, p. Cited by:


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Free shipping for many products. Janine Marchessault FRSC is a professor of Cinema and Media Studies and Canada Research Chair () at York University in Toronto, Canada.

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Book chapter; Beneath the sheets of history: historical recovery in the work of Vision Machine Project. Oppenheimer, J. and Uwemedimo, M. Beneath the sheets of history: historical recovery in the work of Vision Machine Project.

in: Marchessault, J. and Lord, S. (ed.) Fluid screens, expanded cinema Toronto, Canada University of Toronto Press. Author: Joshua Oppenheimer, Michael Uwemedimo.

Susan Lord, Film and Media, Queen's University, co-editor with Janine Marchessault of Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinemas () and with Annette Burfoot of Killing Women: The Visual Culture of Gender and Violence (WLU Press, )" "This book is the first major study of Canadian women filmmakers since the groundbreaking Gendering the Nation ().

Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema Edited by Janine Marchessault and Susan Lord (University of Toronto Press, ) As a medium, film is constantly evolving both in form and in content. Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema considers the shift from traditional cinema to new frontiers of interactive, performative, and networked media.In her essay in Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema, Haidee Wasson makes a case for the ways in which both very small and very large screens are integral to understanding cinema’s continued expansion and proliferation into visual culture.

44 She focuses on the Quicktime and Imax formats as technologies that occupy seemingly oppositional spaces but.I also published Fluid Screens: Expanded Cinema and Digital Cultures (with Janine Marchessault) Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ; Paperback edition ); and worked as co-director of Visible City Project + Archive.