Experimental Women: Mapping Cinema and Video Practices from the Post-War Period up to Present [Paperback]

Sarah Keller (Editor); Elena Marcheschi (Editor); Giulia Simi (Author)

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ISBN: 9788869773129 | Published by: Mimesis International | Series: Cinéma & Cie | Year of Publication: 2021 | Language: English 194p, H240 x W170 (mm)




Experimental Women

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Experimental cinema, as well as experimental video practices, have always been art forms in which women have excelled. Yet, if cinema studies has devoted research – albeit only recently – to women involved in narrative and commercial films (as directors, actresses, screenwriters, as well as other roles in the film industry), the history of women’s experimental audio-visual production in the West remains largely unexplored and would benefit from being retraced and framed in a wider historical and theoretical perspective. This special issue of Cinéma&Cie therefore aims at tracing experiences of women’s practices at the intersection of cinema and the arts by intertwining a theoretical and historical approach, analyzing cases studies from the mid-twentieth century up to our present moment.

Table of Contents

Sarah Keller, Elena Marcheschi and Giulia Simi
The Experimental Women: An Introduction
 
Rebecca A. Sheehan
'Give me a body then...': (In)corporated Thinking in the Cinema of Menken, Deren, and Arledge
 
Shana MacDonald
The Aesthetic Lives of Performers: Rethinking Intermediality in the Films of Yvonne Rainer and Carolee Schneemann
 
Oksana Chefranova
After Nature: The Expanded Landscapes of Ana Mendieta and Ana Vaz
 
Ivelise Perniola
Marguerite Duras, Experimental Filmmaker Between Antinarration and Iconoclasm
 
John Powers
Rediscovering Caroline Avery: Submerged Narrative, Affect and the Legacy of Minor Cinema
 
Anita Trivelli
Gazes Upon the World of Italian Contemporary Women Filmmakers
 
Polina Golovátina-Mora, Bridget Sheridan, and Ana María López Carmona
On Visual Walking-Remembering Warmipura - Among Women
 
Beyond Cinema
Lydia Tuan
Screening Screens: Cinematic Spectatorship in the Desktop Film Noah
 
Reviews / Comptes-rendus
 
Contributors / Collaborateurs

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