Re: Magic and the American Avant-Garde Cinema

From: Adam Hyman (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 27 2006 - 00:35:27 PST


Whoops, forgot the link. Here it is.
http://etc.princeton.edu/films/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection
&id=8&Itemid=2

Hi Jack,

I was just talking with Rani Singh yesterday about it. I'll pass on your
inquiry. But P. Adams teaches at Princeton.
Here's the web page listing the conference, with P. Adams's email address
even in the description.

Best,

Adam Hyman

On 2/27/06 12:19 AM, "Jack Sargeant" <email suppressed> wrote:

> ok, thanks, have you (or anybody) got his contact?
> jack
> On Monday, February 27, 2006, at 08:05 am, Keith Sanborn wrote:
>
>> Hi Jack:
>>
>> Sorry, I have no information on any publication of papers. Contact P.
>> Adams directly for that.
>>
>> Keith
>>
>>> 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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>>>>
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