Did the 1990s see cinema, as a medium and collective experience, become subsumed into a converging universe of multiple-media? Does our understanding of qcinemaq need to be reconsidered to accommodate emerging digital possibilities for the moving image? In Light Readings, leading critic Chris Darke revisits his writing addressing these important questions. The book is divided into three sections which reflect Darke's ongoing interests -- contemporary art cinema, French cinema, and the overlapping territories of film, video, and the art gallery.This introduction will attempt less to provide a detailed analysis of each of this sectiona#39;s constituent terms - film, video and ... well as reading the essays, that made me realise that it was going to be difficult to write about film in the l 990s withoutanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Wallflower Press - 2000|