Millennium Film Journal No. 65 considers recent moving-image artists’ approaches to the built environment
From the Introduction:
“No architecture is neutral: its history and the ideologies that drive that history are inscribed on its surfaces, whether clearly apparent or deeply encoded. Many of the contributions to this issue model different ways of attending to and deciphering such inscriptions, underscoring the importance of situating images within their expanded, architectural frames.”
SCREENING AT ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES
Join us May 31st 7:30 at Anthology Film Archives in New York for a special screening celebrating Millennium Film Journal No. 65. The program Includes works by Jessie McLean, Pipilotti Rist, Tom Sherman, and Marianna Simnett, all discussed in the issue.
MFJ 65 HIGHLIGHTS VIDEO
Our second Highlights video features MFJ writers Greg de Cuir Jr. and Miriam de Rosa, speaking from Belgrade and Coventry.
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