Afterimage

A bimonthly magazine devoted to media art and cultural criticism for the photography, film, video and visual book community. Publishes feature articles of investigative reporting or scholarly research, interviews, essays, reviews of media arts publication

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 5, March

2000 Creative Capital Grants
Creative Capital announced its first round of grants to individual artists, totaling $563,700. Seventy-five artists from 1807 applicants were awarded grants from $3200 to $20,000 in support of projects in five different areas: emerging fields, media,...
Evidence of Blue
Witness: Perspectives on Police Violence by Bradley McCallum in collaboration with Jacqueline Tarry The deeply entrenched racism and violence of American culture make a cop's job dangerous and a civilian's life precarious, particularly if the civilian...
Julia Margaret Cameron's Women, Great Men and Others
"Women mother?." --Nancy Chodorow, The Reproduction of Mothering In the beginning Julia Margaret Cameron's place in the history of photography was secured by her portraits of great men. Her portraits of poets Alfred Lord Tennyson and Henry Taylor...
Photo Session
Evaluating Today's Art Photography New York University New York, New York December 2-4, 1999 For three days in December, nearly 100 art photophiles convened for "Evaluating Today's Art Photography," a conference hosted by New York University's...
Pictures from Seattle
Hereabouts: Northwest Pictures by Seven Photographers Seattle Art Museum Seattle, Washington November 18. 1999-March 12, 2000 As a genre, photography has only recently begun to play a central role in the artistic identity of the Pacific...
State of the Alternative Festival
It seems that everywhere you look these days there is a plethora of film and video festivals. While many claim to differentiate themselves from mainstream Hollywood fare, many of these fests seem to replicate the programming of the bigger indie fests...
Video Art: Stayin' Alive
Just over three years ago, I wrote an essay for Afterimage on current trends in artists' video ("Video Art: Dead or Alive?," Afterimage 24, no. 3). It seemed that during the late 1980s and early 1990s many videomakers, programmers, grant-providers...
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