Vol 2 (2012)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/ijsd.v2i0

Originally published by Parallel Press, an imprint of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries, as The International Journal of Screendance, Volume 2 (2012), Parallel Press, http://journals.library.wisc.edu/index.php/screendance/issue/view/46 It is made available here with the kind permission of Parallel Press.

Please scroll to the bottom to download the full issue; individual essays are not available for this issue. The contents are as follows:

EDITORIAL COMMENT
1 Scaffolding the Medium Claudia Kappenberg and Douglas Rosenberg

INTRODUCTION
4 Cinema Has Not Yet Been Invented: Lecture by Ian Christie Claudia Kappenberg

CURATED DISCUSSIONS ON MARTIN HEIDEGGER
21 The Tensions of Techné: On Heidegger and Screendance Ann Cooper Albright
24 Moving Across Time with Words: Toward An Etymology of Screendance Ann Dils
27 The Sorry and the Pithy: Six Short Statements on Heidegger and Technology Kent de Spain
31 Reflections on Heidegger: Performing Translations in Active Space Environments Lisa Naugle and John Crawford
34 The Twins Paradox: Bifurcation & Unification Tom Lopez

ON AMELIA JONES
39 Introduction: Amelia Jones Harmony Bench
44 Notation Score as Embodied Documentary Presence: A Response to Amelia Jones’s “‘Presence’ in Absentia” Hannah Kosstrin
48 Mobile Media Performances as Asynchronous Embodiment Jason Farman
52 Dancing in Music Videos, or How I Learned to Dance Like Janet . . . Miss Jackson Melissa Blanco Borelli

ON ROSALIND KRAUSS
56 Introduction: Rosalind Krauss Douglas Rosenberg
58 Screendance: The Aesthetics of Ironic Consciousness Virginia Piper
61 Screendance: Aesthetics of Media and Consumer Visual Culture Terry Sprague
66 The Kraussian Condition of the Medium Rodrigo Alonso
68 Video and its Narcissistic Potential in Dance: Four Examples in Video Art and Experimental Film, Stage Dance, and Screendance Claudia Rosiny

ON LAURA MULVEY
71 The Parallel Universe and the Pensive Practitioner: Reflections on Screendance Prompted by Laura Mulvey’s “Pensive Spectator” Kyra Norman
72 Some Thoughts on “Nowness” and “Thenness” Miranda Pennell
78 Giving Up the World for an Image Augusto Corrieri
81 Delayed Reactions Kyra Norman

ON PIA EDNIE-BROWN
85 Falling again Pia Ednie-Brown
86 Through Screens Simon Ellis
89 making things visible Dianne Reid
93 Finding the Turn Lucy Cash
99 Falling into the Surface (toward a materiality of affect) Pia Ednie-Brown

ARTISTS’ PAGES
107 Notes on Filming Dance Adam Roberts

RE-VIEWS
114 Review Essay: Line Dances (seven cinematic journeys) by Daniel Belton Claudia Rosiny
116 Review Essay: Becoming Beside Ourselves: The Alphabet, Ghosts and Distributed Human Being by Brian Rotman Scott deLahunta

RE-PRINT
118 An Introduction to the Films Maya Deren
121 Thinking Deren Elinor Cleghorn
129 Manus Operandi: Film, Sculpture, choreography Elinor Cleghorn

REPORT
140 A Report on the Screendance Symposium, University of Brighton, February 4, 2011 Claudia Kappenberg and Sarah Whatley

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