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Camera Obscura (1988) 6 (1 (16)): 169–177.
Published: 01 January 1988
...Andrew Ross Th e Mary Tyl er Mo ore Show Book Reviews All In The Family: On David Morley's Family Television: Cultural Power and Domestic Leisure (London: Comedia, 1986); and Philip Simpson's (editor), Parents Talking Television (London: Comedia...
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Camera Obscura (1988) 6 (1 (16)): 179–190.
Published: 01 January 1988
...Ien Ang ." Z Feminist Desire and Female Pleasure: On Janice Radway's Reading the Romance: Women~ Patriarchy and Popular Literature (Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1984) len Ang Janice Radway's Reading the Romance does...
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Camera Obscura (2019) 34 (1 (100)): 185–195.
Published: 01 May 2019
...Michael Mazière This essay tracks the development and production of a series of interconnected projects revolving around the work of Chantal Akerman between 2013 and 2016 in London involving retrospective screenings, in-person presentations, symposiums, a major exhibition, an international...
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Camera Obscura (1990) 8 (3 (24)): 195–203.
Published: 01 September 1990
...Barbara London Copyright © 1991 by The Johns Hopkins University Press 1990 Video Letter by Shuntaro Tanikawa and Shuji Terayama An Introduction Barbara London Recognized as two of Japan’s preeminent poets, Shuntaro Tanikawa and Shuji Terayama have consistently explored new...
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Camera Obscura (1990) 8 (3 (24)): 204–205.
Published: 01 September 1990
...Shuntaro Tanikawa; Shuji Terayama; Akiko Iimura; Barbara London Copyright © 1991 by The Johns Hopkins University Press 1990 Video Letter Shuntaro Tanikawa and Shuji Terayama Vol. 1. Tanikawa to Terayama The tape opens to the sound of a music box being wound. The tune...
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Camera Obscura (2021) 36 (2 (107)): 145–149.
Published: 01 September 2021
...Erica Levin Abstract This brief tribute to Carolee Schneemann examines her self-conception as an American artist, considering how it intersects with the disruptive performance of gender norms in Americana I Ching Apple Pie (1972). The work was originally staged for the camera in Schneemann's London...
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Figure 1. Carolee Schneemann, Interior Scroll (1975). Photograph. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Figure 1. Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Interior Scroll (1975). Photograph. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Meat Joy (1964). Photograph by Al Giese. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 1. Carolee Schneemann, Study for Up To and Including Her Limits (1973–76). Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Figure 1 More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Vole (2016). Digital image. From correspondence with the author, 28 November 2016. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society More
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Figure 4. Carolee Schneemann, Snows (1967). Kinetic theater, Martinique Theater, New York. Photograph by Charlotte Victoria. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists More
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Figure 5. Carolee Schneemann, Snows (1967). Kinetic theater, Martinique Theater, New York. Photograph by Herbert Migdoll. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Controlled Burning: For Yvonne Rainer's Ordinary Dance (1962). Wooden box, glass shards, mirrors, oil paint, burnt. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 1. Carolee Schneemann, Chromelodeon (1963). Kinetic theater, Judson Dance Theater, New York. Photograph by Al Giese. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Chromelodeon (1963). Kinetic theater, Judson Dance Theater, New York. Photograph by Al Giese. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists More
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Figure 1. Carolee Schneemann, Parts of a Body House: Genitals Playroom (II) / Genital Wall (1966). Watercolor and ink on paper, 26¼ × 26¾ in. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 2. Carolee Schneemann, Parts of a Body House: Genitals Playroom (III) / Wall Section (1966). Watercolor and ink on paper, 26¼ × 26¾ in. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann More
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Figure 6. Carolee Schneemann, Parts of a Body House Book (Cullompton, UK: Beau Geste Press, 1972). Front cover. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © 2021 Carolee Schneemann Foundation / Artists Rights Society More
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Figure 3. Carolee Schneemann, Noise Bodies (1965). Avant- Garde Festival, Judson Hall, New York. Pictured: Carolee Schneemann with James Tenney. Photographs by Peter Moore. Courtesy of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation; P•P•O•W, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; and Hales Gallery, London. © More