Re: Magic and the American Avant-Garde Cinema

From: Jack Sargeant (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 27 2006 - 01:12:46 PST


that's great
many thanks
jack
On Monday, February 27, 2006, at 08:35 am, Adam Hyman wrote:

> 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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