Performing Moving Images
Performing Moving Images
Access, Archives and Affects
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Introduction: Experimental Cinema, Expanded Cinema, and Artists' Film

Chapter 1: Access: Agents, Archives
Archive - Whether to Preserve or to Show
Programming - Historiography in the Making
Curating - Montage of Contexts
Case Study: Living Archive Project - Arsenal, Berlin
Expanded Cinema - Expanded Consciousness and Event
Case Study: Forum Expanded, Berlin Film Festival
Case Study: International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen
Case Study: Anthony McCall's Line Describing a Cone
Archival Impulse - Archive Fever

Chapter 2: Affect: Performance, Audience
Black Box and White Cube
Case Study: Anthology Film Archives, New York
Case Study: LUX, Light Industry, Filmforum, Lightcone, LaborBerlin
Case Study: Harun Farocki
Case Study: Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam
Aesthetic Experience

Music in Film Studies
Sensual Pleasure
Case Study: Sonic Acts Festival
Case Study: Psychedelia and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
Programming affects

Chapter 3: Reconstruction: Memory and Audio-Visual Heritage
Historiography - Films that Make History
Case Study: The Realm of Possibilities 4-Access: Diamonds, Enter, Fin
Documents - Testifying the Past
Found Footage - Sampling and Remixing images and music
Experimental Music Video Clips
Case Study: Deutsches Filminstitut Filmmuseum, Frankfurt
Audio-Visual Heritage
Expanded Heritage
Memory - Joyful Archive of Experiences
Experimental films and philosophy

General Bibliography

Recensies en Artikelen

"Performing Moving Images is the newest book from the acclaimed Framing Film series, published by Eye Filmmuseum and Amsterdam University Press. [...] This book will be hugely valuable to anyone with a keen interest in discovering more about how films emerge from archives to appear before an audience." - Helen de Witt, FIAF Journal of Film Preservation, April 2021

Senta Siewert

Performing Moving Images

Access, Archives and Affects

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Performing Moving Images: Access, Archive and Affects presents institutions, individuals and networks who have ensured experimental films and Expanded Cinema of the 1960s and 1970s are not consigned to oblivion. Through a comparison of recent international case studies from festivals, museums, and gallery spaces, the book analyzes their new contexts, and describes the affective reception of those events. The study asks: what is the relationship between an aesthetic experience and memory at the point where film archives, cinema, and exhibition practices intersect? What can we learn from re-screenings, re-enactments, and found footage works, that are using archival material? How does the affective experience of the images, sounds and music resonate today? Performing Moving Images: Access, Archive and Affects proposes a theoretical framework from the perspective of the performative practice of programming, curating, and reconstructing, bringing in insights from original interviews with cultural agents together with an interdisciplinary academic discourse.

Senta Siewert

Senta Siewert is a Film Scholar and Guest Researcher at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis and was Guest Professor for Film Studies at the Ruhr-University Bochum and has taught in Berlin, Stuttgart, Bochum, Frankfurt, Bayreuth, Paderborn, Jena, Hamburg and Amsterdam. She is a Curator and Filmmaker and Author of Entgrenzungsfilme — Jugend, Musik, Affekt, Gedächtnis. Eine pragmatische Poetik zeitgenössischer europäischer Filme (2013) and Fassbinder und Deleuze — Körper, Leiden, Entgrenzung (2009).