Announcing Afterimage 37.5

Afterimage 37.5Afterimage Vol. 37 No. 5 has arrived. Here’s a glimpse of what’s inside:

AN ESSAY on “The Americans” at the Met.

FEATURES on video artist Omer Fast, GPS technology and photography, and Obama and Osama in the new media public sphere.

REVIEWS of exhibitions in the U.S., England, Austria, and the United Arab Emirates, plus reviews of books on film noir, Iranian cinema, and Asian American representations in film and media.

Excerpts from every article along with the full text of Luke Strosnider’s review of Barbara Crane in Chicagoavailable here at Afterimage Online.

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FROM THE ISSUE

Current Issue, Vol. 45, no. 5

PORTFOLIO
Xilunguine by Paul Castro

PREVIOUS ISSUE
Vol. 45, no.4



PORTFOLIO
Shrukk (Knot) by Mudabbir Ahmad Tak

ONLINE EXCLUSIVES


REPORT
Image Text Ithaca Symposium


FEATURE
Film as Verb: Documentary Imperfection in the Post-Factual Era by Gabrielle McNally


DOSSIER
Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments


DOSSIER
Toward a Theory of Participatory New Media Documentary


DOSSIER
Documentary Untethered, Documentary Becoming


DOSSIER
Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices

DOUBLE EXPOSURE

Silos by Andria Hickey and Matthew Chasney

INKLIGHT
Inklight is a meeting place for words and images. We invite photographers to submit their work and writers to respond creatively. MORE…
ARTICLE SEARCH
Looking for something? Search our vast article archive by title, author, issue, or keyword. MORE…
PORTFOLIO ARCHIVE
Each issue, Afterimage invites visual artists to create a portfolio of their work. Presented here is a growing archive of these artists’ portfolios. MORE…
NOTICES
Browse hundreds of media art events, grants, fellowships, and opportunities. MORE…

BACK ISSUES
Over forty years of Afterimage back issues and individual articles are available for purchase!

PREVIOUS ISSUE
Vol. 45, nos. 2 & 3

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