Update September 2010

Current and Upcoming Screenings and Exhibitions

CARGO Container Officina 2010 (curated Sabine Gamper)
Kunst Merano Arte im Haus der Sparkasse Italy
September 04-09 2010

F.I.L.M. (Forum for Images and Languages in Motion) "The best of Flaherty 2009-2010" curated by Scott MacDonald,
Hamilton College, NY, US
Sunday September 26 2010

Evening centered on the performance "Plaidoirie pour une jurisprudence" by Patrick Bernier and Olive Martin, organised by l'Utile Ignorance (with the support of FRAC Alsace)
Théâtre Le Maillon, Strasbourg, France,
21 November 2010

Upcoming Exhibition: Installation

"Selected Works from the Pompidou's New Media Collection" (Curated by Ghila Limon and Christine Van Assche)
Videozone-5 International Video Art Biennial
Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Israel
November 2010

Current Articles and Publications

The book "Le cinéma critique. De l'argentique au numérique, voies et formes de l'objection visuelle " edited by Nicole Brenez and Bidhan Jacobs with essays by filmmakers and critics including Peter Whitehead, Ken Jacobs, Peter Tscherkassky, Lech Kowalski, Johanna Vaude, Adrian Martin, Nicole Brenez, Federico Rossin, Philippe Grandrieux, Jayce Salloum and containing the text "La Voix Petite, Fragile, Inachevée" by Laura Waddington was published by Publications de la Sorbonne,  France in August 2010 and is available at:

George Didi-Huberman's book "Survivance des Lucioles"  which takes as a point of departure Pier Paolo Pasolini's 1975 text on the disappearance of the firefly and includes closing pages about Border was published by Editions de Minuit, France and is available at:

Eva Kuhn's paper "Border" - the videographic traces by Laura Waddington as a cinematographic memorial" from the conference at Basel University is now available on this website in English and German

An extract of the "Demain Vous n'y penserez plus" Essay by Marion Hohlfeldt for the 2010 exhibition at the Galerie Art & Essai, Rennes, France is now available on this website in French

Chari Larsson's paper "Suspicious Images" was presented at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2010, centering on the question of ethical spectatorship in relation to George Didi-Hubermans essay on the SonderKommando photos,  "Border" and current
media representation.

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