Re: Magic and the American Avant-Garde Cinema

From: Jack Sargeant (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Feb 26 2006 - 23:53:34 PST


this sounds really great esp, the breeze / singh session - are the
papers being published?
jack

On Monday, February 27, 2006, at 12:08 am, Keith Sanborn wrote:

> The webpage for the conference on Magic and the American Avant-Garde
> Cinema is now accessible:
> http://www.princeton.edu/~visarts/Magic.htm
> <http://www.princeton.edu/%7Evisarts/Magic.htm>
>
> There you will find information about the speakers, directions to
> Princeton University and to 185 Nassau St., where the conference will
> be held on Saturday March 11. The conference will begin with the
> customary tedious preliminary remarks (by host P. Adams Sitney) at
> 9:00am. By 9:30 the first speaker, David Levi Strauss, will make his
> presentation; so be sure to arrive by that time, if you can. Each
> speaker has been asked to prepare a thirty minute presentation., Some
> will include film clips. The relatively brief presentations will
> permit time for discussion among the speakers, and then with the
> audience at large. We anticipate concluding at 6:00pm.
>
> The schedule is as follows:
>
> 9:00
>
> Preliminary remarks (P. Adams Sitney)
>
> David Levi-Strauss: Magic and Images
>
> Renata Jackson: Maya, Magic, and Film
>
> Tom Gunning: The Rhetoric of Magic: Metaphor and Transformation as an
> Alternative Model for Avant-Garde Film
>
> 12:00 - 2:00pm lunch break
>
> 2:00 pm
>
> Karen Beckman: ZoŽ Beloff and the Other Sides of Cinema
>
> Robert Kelly: Iconolatry -- Magic High and Low
>
> Rani Singh and William Breeze: Conversion on Magick and Cinema: Harry
> Smith and Kenneth Anger.
>
>
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