...that space between the record of the thing and the thing itself, the film and its subject, traversing the space between art and art criticism...
BY Lindsay Sorell
BY Murray Leeder
Film as a haunted medium, the Internet as promised immortality, and 10 000 hits on Google
BY J.D. Mersault
Avant-garde film as predictive of our future, as a jack of all trades, as Hollis Frampton.
BY Stephen Nachtigall
The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies collide, the wasp and orchid fuse, form and shape is given to humanity’s more abstract dialogues and concepts – The Third Table is made intelligible using media art.
BY Jesse Cumming
Dimly lit underpasses, construction sites, abandoned polar bear cages: this is where celluloid resides.
BY Jasmin Risk
Hair, oil painting, aerial patterns of the earth, flowing lava, heat currents, intestines: existence is a riddle of repetitions, a textile worthy of your attention span.
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