Moving Image Review & Art Journal 9.2 is out now! Special Issue

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Intellect is pleased to announce that Moving Image Review & Art Journal 9.2 is out now!

 

Special Issue: ‘Artists’ Moving Image, Isolation and COVID-19’

 

For more information about the journal and issue click here>>

https://www.intellectbooks.com/miraj-the-moving-image-review-art-journal

 

Aims and Scope

 

The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. It offers a wide-reaching international forum for debates surrounding all forms of artists’ moving image and media artworks: films, video installations, expanded cinema, video performance, experimental documentaries, animations and other screen-based works made by artists. MIRAJ aims to consolidate artists’ moving image as a distinct area of study that bridges a number of disciplines including, but not limited to art, film and media.

 

Issue 9.2

 

Editorial

MICHAEL MAZIÈRE AND LUCY REYNOLDS

 

Articles, Features, Reflections

 

The genesis of TRANSMISSIONS, an online DIY TV show

HANA NOORALI

 

Picturing a Pandemic: Art and Activism of Survival on Screen from the Women’s Health, LGBTQIA, Crip and Decolonial Archive

CONAL MCSTRAVICK AND RICHARD FUNG

 

Loose Pages

LIS RHODES

 

Planetary thinking: Re-encountering Nancy Holt’s and Robert Smithson’s Mono Lake (1968–2004)

MARIA WALSH

 

If on a winter’s night a plague

SHAI HEREDIA

 

Quietness, isolation and reimagining contact in the city after the pandemic

GRACIA RAMIREZ

 

A spike in the midst of a slow revolution

AURA SATZ

 

Hold onto (G)love

LINDSAY SEERS

 

Reflecting on grounded: A lens on COVID through Screendance

CLAUDIA KAPPENBERG AND FIONTÁN MORAN

 

Bolexwerkstatt/Bolex-Workshop at the Berlin Film School

UTE AURAND

 

Trees walking roads waiting

SUSAN STEIN

 

Documentary in the time of a thousand deaths: A despatch from the Philippines

PATRICK F. CAMPOS

 

Fall Out footnotes

CATHERINE YASS

 

John Smith’s Covid Messages

ERIKA BALSOM

 

Unpredictable Times: In memoriam Carole Chant (or Finer) and John Russell

BLANCA REGINA

 

The festival that never was

MARÍA PALACIOS CRUZ

 

The upset of wake

ANDREW KÖTTING

 

Report from Costa Rica

FERNANDO CHAVES ESPINACH

 

How Bette Davis saved me

SARAH WOOD

 

The Crown Letter roundtable discussion

SUSAN BARNET, ANNE BRUNSWIC, MICHELLE DEIGNAN, LIZA DIMBLEBY,

RUTH MACLENNAN, ANA MENDES, MANUELA MORGAINE, NATACHA NISIC AND ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ

 

Peggy Ahwesh, Steve McQueen and Russell T. Davis: Reflections on the 1980s under lockdown

RACHEL GARFIELD

 

Temenos 2022

ROBERT BEAVERS

 

Reviews

 

Arctic Cinemas and the Documentary Ethos, Lilya Kaganovsky, Scott MacKenzie and Anna Westerstahl Stenport (eds) (2019)

RUTH MACLENNAN

 

New Nonfiction Film: Art, Poetics, and Documentary Theory, Dara Waldron (2018 h/bk, 2020 p/bk)

CLAIRE M. HOLDSWORTH

 

Displacements: Reading Space and Time in Moving Image Installations, Alison Butler (2019)

CATHERINE ELWES

 

Cinema Expanded: Avant-Garde Film in the Age of Intermedia, Jonathan Walley (2020)

LUIS A. RECODER

 

Obituary

 

Louis Benassi: Filmmaker and curator (1961–2020)

GARETH EVANS