Discorrelated Images at University of Toronto, May 16, 2019

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This Thursday, May 16, I will be at the Cinema Studies Institute at the University of Toronto to talk about “Discorrelated Images” — the subject of my forthcoming book by the same title.

The next day, I’ll be speaking at the Spiral Film and Philosophy Conference about the idea of “animation” in a post-cinematic media regime.

Looking forward to being in Toronto and seeing lots of familiar faces!

Animation and Discorrelation: Two Talks in Toronto

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Next month, May 16-18, I will be in Toronto, where I’ll give two talks:

First, on May 16, I’ll be talking about my book project Discorrelated Images at the Cinema Studies Institute at the University of Toronto.

Then, on May 17, I will be giving a talk titled “Cinematic and Post-Cinematic Animation: Medium, Theme, Phenomenology” at the Spiral Film and Philosophy Conference (the theme of which is It’s Alive! Film/Form/Life). The full conference program is online, here: https://spiralfilmphilosophy.ca/program-2019/

“Unstable Interface” at SLSA 2018 Toronto

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On Saturday, Nov. 17 (3:30 – 5:00pm), I will be presenting alongside Beth Coleman, Jacob Gaboury, James Malazita, and Patrick Keilty on a panel titled “Unstable Interface” at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Literature, Science, & the Arts (SLSA) in Toronto.

Here’s the panel lineup:

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