«Appropriating collapse— a critical return on a research-creation experiment », journal Marges
Night launch of the 3rd issue of “Images Secondes”
Images in Commons (4/5) with Jason Middleton and Emmanuel van der Auwera
We are pleased to present the recording of the fourth session of our seminar “Images in Commons” (in English). For this session, we were honored to welcome artist Emmanuel van der Auwera and Jason Middleton, Associate Professor of English and Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester.
Images in Commons (3/5) with Jane Schoenbrun and Eliza Steinbock
We are pleased to present the recording of the third session of our seminar “Images in Commons”. For this session, we were honored to welcome filmmaker Jane Schoenbrun, and Eliza Steinbock, Associate Professor in Gender and Diversity Studies at Maastricht University.
Together they discussed Schoenbrun’s films “A Self-Induced Hallucination” (2018) and “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” (2021), presented in the light of Steinbock’s ongoing research into the aesthetics and politics of trans cinema.
Images in Commons (2/5) with Philip Scheffner, Stefan Kruse and Nilgun Bayraktar
We are pleased to present the recording of the second session of our seminar “Images in Commons”. For this second session, held in English, we were pleased to welcome Nilgun Bayraktar, researcher and Professor at the California College of the Arts; Philip Scheffner, German artist and filmmaker and Stefan Kruse, Danish artist and filmmaker.
Images in Commons (1/5) with Liselotte Mas, Antoine Schirer et Félix Tréguer
For this first session, we were pleased to welcome:
– Liselotte MAS, journalist at France 24
– Antoine SCHIRER, director, designer and journalist
– Félix TRÉGUER, researcher and founding member of the Quadrature du Net.
“On vernacular as a cinematic genre”, Interfaces
The 44th issue of the journal Interfaces contains a paper by Gala Hernández entitled “On vernacular as a cinematic genre”.
“On vernacular as a cinematic genre”, Journal Interfaces
The 44th issue of the journal Interfaces contains a paper by Gala Hernández López entitled “On vernacular as a cinematic genre”.
“Reinventions and new poetics of cinema in the post-internet era”, Contratexto
The 34th issue of the journal Contratexto has been edited by Gala Hernández and Alejandro Pena Morado and is entitled “Reinventions and new poetics of cinema in the post-Internet era”.
Interview: Lina Majdalanie, stage director of 33 tours et quelques secondes
Interview with director Lina Majdalanie about the performance 33 tours et quelques secondes, directed by Lina Majdalanie and Rabih Mroué, inspired by the suicide of a young Lebanese activist during the Arab Spring.
Interview: Denis Parrot, director of Coming Out
In the French documentary Coming Out, filmmaker Denis Parrot edited YouTube videos in which young people announce their homosexuality to their families.
Interview: Gabrielle Stemmer, director of Clean With Me (After Dark)
In the short documentary Clean With Me (After Dark), French director Gabrielle Stemmer edited YouTube and Instagram videos from a community of housewives filming themselves while cleaning their homes.
Interview: Stefan Kruse, director of The Migrating Image
With Stefan Kruse, we inaugurate our series of interviews with artists appropriating user-generated content. Stefan Kruse is a Danish artist and filmmaker. In his documentary film The Migrating Image, he explored the multiple forms in which the so-called refugee crisis was represented in the global media by each of its actors.
Article by Allan Deneuville «Twitter appropriation: a literary practice in question»
This article deals with two literary artworks which appropriate tweets: I wish I could be exactly what you are looking for by Jean-Baptiste Michel and Working on my Novel by Cory Arcangel. This article questions the issues of appropriationist practices in art and literature in the digital age. The artworks are also seen as entry points to question the relation of power present in the structuration of the expression of users of social network and that the decontextualization of tweets gives us the opportunity to study. They also allow us to reflect on what we call the “attentional fringe oligopoly” of social networks, a structure that wishes to reflect the distribution of the attentional capital of Internet users.
Video of the conference “After social networks” (4/4)
Post-cinéma: Practices of research and creation (CFP)
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Post-cinema: Practices of research and creation
Video of the conference “After social networks” (3/4)
Video of the conference “After social networks” (2/4)