Millennium Film Journal

Articles from No. 54, Fall

A Broken Line
PROPULSION, PRESSURE, WEIGHT, GRAVITATION, GERMINATION, FORCE"Its propulsion is toward the ecstatic, shifting and turning toward tenderness, wildness, precision, abandon - qualities that could at any moment be sensual, comic, joyous, repellent. Physical...
Carolee Schneemann: Fuses
But woman has sex organs more or less everywhere.- Luce IrigarayIn the visual density of its heavily worked style, in its domestic, artisanal practice that identifies home movies as art film, and its use of film as a participant in erotic activity, Fuses...
Cinematic Time Replayed
CINEMATIC TIME REPLAYEDOn two exhibitions: Hubbard and Birchler's Méliès at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery and Christian Marclay's The Clock at Paula Cooper GalleryThe invention of regulated, global time happened concurrently with the invention of cinema in...
DISAPPEARING WITH EVERYTHING: After and with Carolee Schneemann
Thanks to the past we (Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson) can move to the future. Thanks to the movement we can transfer it to the next limb. Thanks to the copy, we can copy it again - and it will change. We repeat the movement of an arm. We videotape...
Dream Flesh
Carolee Schneemann's work in painting, photography, film, video and performance at last is receiving at least a portion of the attention it deserves. The Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities has purchased her papers, no less prestigious...
Editors' Note
With this issue, the Millennium Film Journal takes on a new look. The design update, executed with precision and delicacy by Shona Masarin, is intended to reflect an evolution of the conception of the journal's currency, its audiences and its general...
In Conversation
On the occasion of the publication of Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle (Duke University Press, 2010), Kristine Stiles, the editor of the volume, and Peggy Phelan undertake an email exchange about Correspondence...
Introduction
Please imagine two boxes, and Carolee Schneemann in-between them. One box is a small soundproof room built in the late 1 920s at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. It was employed for industrial psychological experiments. The other box, about...
Jim Campbell, Scattered Light
JIM CAMPBELL, SCATTERED LIGHTMadison Square Park, October 21 st 2010 - February 28th 2011During the short days of the long 2010/11 winter, snow fell, accumulated, dispersed into forlorn patches, fell again. The cycle repeated, endlessly it seemed, days...
Kitch's Last Meal: Art, Life, and Quotidiana in the Observational Cinema of Carolee Schneemann
In the late 1960s, Schneemann experienced a personal crisis of sorts, in which all the cataclysmic social, aesthetic, and philosophical energies of the 1960s triggered a personal breakdown. In 1977, she explained the situation with the benefit of hindsight:I...
Migrating Forms Festival
MIGRATING FORMS FESTIVALThe 3rd "Migrating Forms" Festival was a modest series of screenings during 10 days in May, presented in the small Maya Deren theater of Anthology Film Archives. The programming was a mixed bag, with films and digital videos in...
My Father Has Lost His Teeth - Now I Can Bite Him
MOUNlR FATMICahiers Du Cinema (Espana). April 2011 No. 44, Pages 34-35God's VCRI'm going to try to be very careful in my thoughts and judgments. Information moves very fast.We are living at unequaled speed. Two revolutions in two Arab nations in less...
Seen Missing: The Case of Kitch's Last Meal
My work is where I live.- Carolee Schneemann, Kitch's Last Meal (1 973-76)In fifteen years I've never had a gallery, and I've rarely had any kind of back-up support for my work. So in that sense, cultural space, for me, has always been internalized....
Tribeca Film Festival 2011
TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL 2011Jon Gartenberg has been the programmer for experimental works at the Tribeca Film Festival since 2003 and has maintained an unwavering commitment to the presentation of non-narrative, artist-driven films. Jon, a dedicated film...
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