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  • Michael FERREYRA, "Museum of Science Fiction and Cinematic Affects."
    melbourne AUSTRALIA

    RMIT University
    advisor: Roland SNOOKS

    Michael FERREYRA: This Museum of Science Fiction and Cinematic Affects explores the possibilities of a speculative architecture that embodies cinematic affects within the context of Melbourne, through the act of designing the image and drawing from the potential source of the science-fiction genre.

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  • Alain BADIOU, Cinema.
    2013

    For Alain Badiou, films think, and it is the task of the philosopher to transcribe that thinking. What is the subject to which the film gives expressive form? This is the question that lies at the heart of Badiou’s account of cinema. He contends that cinema is an art form that bears witness to the Other and renders human presence visible, thus testifying to the universal value of human existence and human freedom. . . .

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  • Time-Image: A Manifold For Contemporary Cinema
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    Yale School of Architecture
    critics: Joe DAY with Michelle PAUL

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Amir MIKHAEIL: This is what happens when the image becomes time-image…the screen itself is the cerebral membrane where immediate and direct confrontations take place between the past and the future, the inside and the outside, at a distance impossible to determine, independent of any fixed point. The image no longer has space and movement as its primary characteristics but topology and time. — Gilles Deleuze

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