NECSUS editor Patricia Pisters has published an audiovisual essay titled Emoticons in the open access videographic journal [in]Transition. In her words Emoticons could be considered as a personal and experimental footnote to the theoretical observations in The Neuro-Image: A Deleuzian Film-Philosophy of Contemporary Screen Culture (Stanford University Press, 2012). The audiovisual essay can be accessed […]
The exhibition Precarious Aesthetics: From Webcams to the Moon, featuring the work of Paula Albuquerque and Daniela de Paulis, opens on 17 January 2015 at Bradwolff Projects in Amsterdam. The exhibition runs until 15 February 2015. On 8 February 2015 NECSUS editor Patricia Pisters will join Albuquerque for an art salon event at 16h. Read […]
If in essence conceptually at odds, the work of Daniela de Paulis, José Biscaya, and my own artworks are linked by a conscious choice for a precarious aesthetic where medium-specific traces are present as form of content. I have chosen these specific images for the NECSUS homepage slideshow to provide a sample view of how […]
The premiere issue of the Portuguese moving image journal Aniki is now available online and in open access. The issue features a themed dossier on cinephilia which includes an article by NECSUS editorial board member Malte Hagener. Aniki is a dual-language journal published by AIM – Association of Moving Image Researchers.
NECSUS editorial board member Annie van den Oever will present her inaugural lecture at the University of the Free State in South Africa on 5 February 2014. This event will be streamed on the UFS website at this link. For additional information contact Joan Nel, senior officer of communication and brand management at UFS at […]
The presentation of the online platform Event as Process: Cities in an Οngoing State of Emergency and the Artist’s Stance, part of the theoretical program of the 4th Athens Biennial AGORA, will take place on Tuesday, 22 October 2013, 19h, at Sofokleous 8, Athens. The launch of the platform will be hosted by Eva Fotiadi […]
The year 2014 will be marked by the international commemoration of the beginning of the First World War in the summer of 1914. Numerous projects in research and education in Germany, Europe, and worldwide are dedicated to this event in different ways. The projects Europeana Collections 1914-1918, European Film Gateway 1914, and Europeana 1914-1918 have […]