Stuff it: The Video Essay in the Digital Age
Edition Voldemeer, Jan 1, 2003 - Photography - 166 pages
"Stuff it' is a profusely illustrated collection of texts by video artists and cultural theorists who illuminate the video essay in its role as crossover and communicator between art, theory and critical practice in all its variations: from monologues of disembodiment to cartographies of diaspora experiences and transnational conditions, from the essay as the organization of complex social shifts to its technological mutation and increasing digitalization.
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