Film & Video
Vol 13 no 1, 1993
Special issue on film and video. Guest editor Annette Blonski. Examines independent practice in the 1990s - sexuality and ethnicity, postmodernity, indigenous work, festivals, short films, survival on a low or no budget and electronic art. Includes SCAN+ Volume 4 1993 Special Supplement edited by John Conomos on Electronic Media Arts.
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Perplexities: Experimenta 1992Author: Mr John Cumming, feature
Over 12 days in November 1992, the Melbourne based Modern Image Makers Association (MIMA) held the third Experimenta presenting nearly 200 works of film, video, installation and performance. It included work from Germany, Japan, England and the USA, thus providing an opportunity to assess the current state of 'avant garde' practice and discourse.
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Articles in this issue
- Editorial: Film and Video
- Feature: "I Am Like You, I Am Different" - Beyond Ethnicity, Becoming Asian-Australian
- Feature: "I Am Not A TV Show"
- Feature: "Just Trust The Text, Don't Colour It"
- Feature: A Tale of Reproduction and Dependency
- Feature: Against 'Neofuturism': Women Artists in Technological Media
- Feature: Aleksi Vellis
- Feature: Brother Can You Spare a SP Betacam
- Feature: Cinema or Death
- Feature: Digital Art
- Feature: Domestic Noir Night Out
- Feature: Independent Distribution and Exhibition
- Feature: Lesbian Independent Cinema and Queer Theory
- Feature: Memory and Image: The Multiculturalism in Film Project
- Feature: Monica Pellizari's Short Black Look at the Italian-Australian Experience
- Feature: More Bangs for Bucks: Male Sexuality and Violence in Australian Film
- Feature: Museum Screen Dreams
- Feature: One Way Street
- Feature: Perplexities: Experimenta 1992
- Feature: Redemptive Moments Through Utter Despair: The Films of Brian McKenzie
- Feature: Selected Shorts: Oppositionality, Postmodernity and the Australian Short Film
- Feature: The 7th International Video Festival
- Feature: The End of Independence? Women's Film and Video in the 1990s
- Feature: The Last Days of Chez Nous: Love Stories and Girls' Blouses
- Feature: TV Eye: Cinema in the Age of Video
- Feature: Who Told You We Wanted To Make Our Own TV?
- Feature: Wild: Beyond the Deconstruction
- Feature: Wizards of Oz: Into the 90s - Between Documentary and Fiction
- Review: A Golden Threat: Feminisms
- Review: Colonial Patterns Repeated: Robert Harrison
- Review: Come Again: Aldo Lacobelli
- Review: Delayed Voyage: George Popperwell
- Review: Floral Tributes: The Flower
- Review: Journey by Proxy
- Review: Pretty as a Picture: Women Artists and the Heidelberg Era
- Review: The Pure and The Impure: Shaun Kirby
- Review: Transformation of the Real: Constantine Koukias and Ann Wulff