Presentation at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference in Chicago (March 22-26): “De-Materialized Evidence: Film Archival Holdings and the Transition to Digital Technology”
In March, I’ll be presenting at a workshop at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference in Chicago (March 22-26) organized and chaired by Sabrina Negri (University of Chicago, Cinema and Media Studies) entitled, “De-Materialized Evidence: Film Archival Holdings and the Transition to Digital Technology.” I’m very honored to be presenting alongside Giovanna Fossati (Chief Curator, EYE Film Institute / Professor of Film Heritage and Digital Film Culture, University of Amsterdam), Ross Lipman (Independent Filmmaker and Archivist, corpusfluxus.org) and Daniela Currò (George Eastman Museum, Preservation Officer, Moving Image Department). We’ll be discussing how digitization transforms the evidentiary dimensions of film, and I look forward to some very interesting conversations about the changing materialities of cinematic media and the epistemological implications of digitization.
November 20, 2016 / zlkatz / 0
Presentation: “Languages of Visual Remediation,” July 20 at the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing Annual Conference in Paris Upcoming Presentation at the Association for Information Science and Technology Conference (Oct. 27 – Nov. 1, Washington, DC)
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