Work starts on ‘using’ the (Wo)Man With Mirror user’s manual

Subtitle: Louiseā€™s PhD uses (Wo)Man With Mirror as a case study for performance-dependent heritage and things that need passing on from person-to-person; why we involved an anthropologist; why this blog post is/is not a record. At the Urambi Village Community Centre, Saturday 19 March 2016. Left to right: Louise Curham (Teaching and Learning Cinema), Laura […]

Re-enact, repeat, reiterate, re-perform – a practitioner’s chat

Join us for an afternoon’s discussion about re-enactment and related practices at Westspace, Melbourne Saturday 9 July 2-4 pm If you make work or think about work that connects with re-enactment, repetition, reiteration and re-performance, or you’re just curious, please come along. Last November in Brisbane a group of artists, curators and academics spent an […]

Re-Enacting Expanded Cinema: Three Case Studies

In 2009, Lucas Ihlein and Louise Curham presented a paper at the Re-Live Media Art Histories conference in Melbourne. There seem to be some problems accessing the proceedings online, so we’re posting the paper here on our own website in the spirit of collegiality. It’s entitled Re-Enacting Expanded Cinema: Three Case Studies. Here’s the abstract: […]