Fall 2013: Experiments in Thinking, Action & Form: Cinematic Migrations

Cinematic Migrations is a multi-faceted exploration of the histories and contexts of moving images and time-based media and their intersecting and distinct paths of emergence around the world.

The Fall 2013 lecture series brings together a complex set of artists, filmmakers, and thinkers who have pioneered and continue to redefine the boundaries of cinematic explorations. Their practices invoke an analytical and inventive engagement with the mediated image andĀ its production and circulation through a vast array of forms. Experimenting with shifting notions of the cinematic in spatial forms, performance, dance, theater, essay films, and emerging technologies, they unfold a broad range of themes including probings of time, movement, attention, memory, diaspora, history, forms of knowledge, power relations, authorship, and embodiment.
Image: Still from Turning (Live Mix). Courtesy of Charles Atlas



Funded in part by the Council for the Arts at MIT




  • act cube
    Wiesner Bldg (E15-001)
    Lower Level
    20 Ames Street
    Cambridge, MA


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    Free and open to the public.
    Free and open to the public.


  • laura anca chichisan
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