LINKS TO READING CONTENT FOR UPCOMING SESSIONS:
4/25: Annie Dell’Aria and Amy Herzog seminar, Projections and Public Space. 2:30pm (note revised time), Room C205
Readings: Dan Graham, “Cinema,” in Two-War Mirror Power: Selected Writings by Dan Graham on His Art, ed. Alexander Alberro (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999), 94-95. graham cinema
Francesco Casetti, “What is a Screen Nowadays?” in Public Space, Media Space eds. Chris Berry, Janet Harbord, and Rachel Moore (New York: Palgrave, 2013), 16-40. Casetti
3/28: Edward Miller and George Murer seminar, Nonfiction Media and Collective Expression. 2pm, Room C419
David MacDougall: “Ethnographic Film: Failure and Promise” MacDougall
Thomas Waugh: “Acting to Play Oneself: Notes on Performance in Documentary” Part 1 Part 2
February 27, 2014: Joy Fuqua and Drew Bucilla seminar, Media and Environments
Karen Barad, “Queer Causation and the Ethics of Mattering.” Barad_Queer_Causation
Matthew Fuller and Andrew Goffey, Introduction to Evil Media Evil_Media_Introduction
Brandon Joseph, “My Mind Split Open: The Exploding Plastic Inevitable.” joseph my mind split open
October 17, 2013: Tara Mateik, Friends of Dorothy workshop
Tara Mateik will take on questions of collaboration in our first workshopping session of the Film Studies Seminar. He will present content related to an upcoming performance at the Graduate Center, the staging of a silent film shoot that will be incorporated into his larger Friends of Dorothy project.
The objective of this workshop is to address the challenges of collaboration and improvisation in politically-informed performance work. A further challenge is posed by the historical and theoretical models Mateik draws from. He’ll be looking for our collective insights into strategies for bridging theory and practice in his November performance.
Below, find links to a project description and two short readings that will help to inform our discussion.
Project Description: Tara Mateik.
“Strange Bedfellows” interview on collaboration: strange bed fellowspg.1&2.
Excerpt from L. Frank Baum’s The Marvelous Land of Oz: army of revolt L. Frank Baum.