[Publication] PhotoResearcher 29, 2018: Photography & Film

Almost 90 years ago, in the summer of 1929, the tradition-shattering Werkbund exhibition Film und Foto (FiFo) started its triumphal tour throughout Europe. The show caused a sensation in the national press, as well as in foreign countries and – as a result – the displayed cinematic and photographic experiments soon became renowned as the epitome of avant-garde production and modernism throughout the world. Next year, in 2019, a big FiFo jubilee exhibition will tour through Germany and we also want to take the upcoming anniversary as a motive and starting-point to once again investigate the relationship between photography and film– both in their historical dimension, as well as in their past and current practice and technology.

Guest Editor: Martin Reinhart


Martin Reinhart, Ulla Fischer-Westhauser, Uwe Schögl: Editorial

Noam M. Elcott: The Cinematic Imaginary and the Photographic Face: Media as Models for 20th Century Art

Katja Müller-Helle: Black Box Photography

Roland Fischer-Briand: Under a Certain Influence

Brian Pritchard: Sensitive Strips

Lydia Nsiah: Photofilmic Time Machines

Barnaby Dicker: Stroboscopic Revelations in Blade Runner

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ARIP (2018, 30 avril). [Publication] PhotoResearcher 29, 2018: Photography & Film. ARIP. Consulté le 17 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/cx8c

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