Montage, today, is a widespread procedure that doesn’t concern just artistic production, but also our daily lives and the use everyone makes of that huge […]
Category: Cinema and Contemporary Art
Cinema and Contemporary Art
Book series edited by Simone Dotto, Vincenzo Estremo and Francesco Federici
Leonardo Quaresima (Università degli Studi di Udine), Philippe Dubois (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3), Sandra Lischi (Università di Pisa), Julia Noordegraf (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Cosetta Saba (Università degli Studi di Udine), Antonio Somaini (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3), Wanda Strauven (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Catherine Russell (Concordia University).
Extended Temporalities. Transient Visions in the Museum and in Art
This book contains a series of reflections on the theme of temporalities in cinema in the world of art. They do so interweaving various paths, […]
Cinema and Art as Archive
As Jacques Derrida wrote in 1995, while considering Archive Fever, nothing is less reliable or less clear today than the word “archive”. Nevertheless, the historic-cultural dimension of the contemporary discursive practices in cinema and art develops in the semantic openendedness of the term, in the repositioning of the idea of archive.
Paolo Gioli: The Man Without A Movie Camera
In a historical moment when cinema is definitively abandoning analogue production and reception modalities, the cinematographic work of Paolo Gioli occupies an important and meaningful […]