ALLEN, Richard. TURVEY, Malcolm. MICHELSON, Annette). Film Culture in Transition.
Title: Camera Obscura, Camera Lucida : Essays in Honor of Annette Michelson.
Publisher:  Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, 2003, ISBN:9053564942
Seller ID: 104531
(MICHELSON, Annette). ALLEN, Richard and Malcolm TURVEY, eds. Camera Obscura, Camera Lucida : Essays in Honor of Annette Michelson. Edited by Richard Allen and Malcolm Turvey. [Preface by Rosalind Krauss]. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, (2003). Pp. (4),5-294,(2). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with orange, blue and green letteringto front cover, cream lettered brown title block to spine. A volume in the Film Culture in Transition series. "Annette Michelson's contribution to ar t and film criticism over the last three decades has been unparalleled. This volume honors Michelson's unique legacy with original essays by some of the many film scholars influenced by her work. Some continue her efforts to develop historical and theoretical frameworks for understanding modernist art, while others practice her form of interdisciplinary scholarship in relation to avant-garde and modernist film." - from the rear cover. Contents: Mikhaeil Iampolski's "The Logic of an Illusion: Notes on the Genealogy of Intellectual Cinema"; Allen S. Weiss's "Narcissistic Machines and Erotic Prostheses"; Tom Gunning's "Loie Fuller and the Art of Motion: Body, Light, Electricity and the Origins of Cinema"; Stuart Liebman's "Visitings of Awful Promise: The Cinema Seen from Etna"; Edward Dimendberg's 'Transfiguring the Urban Gray: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's Film Scenario 'Dynamic of the Metropolis'"; Noel Carroll's "Eisenstein's Philosophy of Film"; Peter Wollen's "Knight's Moves"; Richard Allen's "Hitchcock and Narrative Suspense: Theory and Practice"; Noa Steimatsky's "From the Air: A Genealogy of Antonioni's Modernism"; William G. Simon's "Dr. Strangelove: or; the Apparatus of Nuclear Warfare"; Giuliana Bruno's "Collection and Recollection: On Film Itineraries andMuseum Walks"; and Babette Mangolte's "Afterward: A Matter of Time: Analog Versus Digital, the Perennial Question of Shifting Technology and Its Impl ications for an Experimental Filmmaker's Odyssey". Very good. 45.00