Posts Tagged ‘ecocinema studies’

Rice University’s Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS) has made my Cultures of Energy talk available on their YouTube channel. It’s a longer version of the material I presented at the SCMS “Post-Cinema” panel. Here’s the abstract: This paper thinks through the intersections of three developments: (1) the much debated “end of cinema” […]

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The video of my talk on “Speculative Ecologies of (Post)Cinema: Cinema In and Beyond the Capitalocene,” is now up on Vimeo and at Shane Denson’s web site. It is from the SCMS panel “Post-Cinema and/as Speculative Media Theory,” featuring Steven Shaviro, Patricia Pisters, and Mark Hansen. I discuss the archive, the cloud, the common, the slippery morphing image […]

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EMI is imminent…

Ecologies of the Moving Image will be out next month. (Some seven years after I started working on it.) Here is a poster for it. Many thanks to Steven Shaviro and Sean Cubitt for their generous endorsements, which I reproduce here: “Ecologies of the Moving Image is an ambitious book, and a capacious and satisfying […]

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