Titolo: Mirror Machine: Video in the Age of Identity
Casa editrice: Y Y Z Books
Data di pubblicazione: 1995
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9780920397138-3
Riassunto: This anthology examines the relation between identity politics and independent video practices in Canada. From different vantage points the contributors carve out a central problematic: video as a technology that has challenged and extended not only the parameters of modern art but the very possibility of cultural resistance in the age of global television. The essays explore video's representational vocation shaped both by institutional supports (National Film Board, Canada Council, Cable, etc.) and by community needs for agency and voice. Essays by Renee Baert, Marjorie Beaucage, Rom Burnett, Kevin Dowler, Tom Folland, Monika Kim Gagnon, Peggy Gale, Jennifer Kawaja, Janine Marchessault, Christine Ross, Nancy Shaw, Dot Tuer and Thomas Waugh.
L'autore: Janine Marchessault is the director of the Visible City Project + Archive which is examining new practices of media art in a variety of urban contexts.
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