Maya Deren and the American Avant-Garde

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List of Illustrations Preface Acknowledgments Introduction, Bill Nichols A. Deren's Work and the Arts B. Deren's Writings and Film Theory C. Deren's Films and Their Form 1. The Historical Lens Poetics and Savage Thought: About Anagram, Annette Michelson The Modernist Poetics of Maya Deren, Renata Jackson Aesthetic Agencies in Flux: Talley Beatty, Maya Deren, and the Modern Dance Tradition in Study in Choreography for Camera, Mark Franko "The Eye for Magic" Maya and Melies, Lucy Fischer 2. In the Eyes of Her Contemporaries The Ethics of Form: Structure and Gender in Maya Deren's Challenge to the Cinema, Maureen Turim Moving the Dancers' Souls, Ute Holl Maya Deren's Ethnographic Representation of Ritual and Myth in Haiti, Moira Sullivan 3. The Terms of Her Legend and Legacy Maya Deren Herself, Catherine M. Soussloff Maya Deren, Jane Brakhage Wodening Seeing Double(s): Reading Deren Bisexually, Maria Pramaggiore Maya Deren and Me, Barbara Hammer Appendix: An Anagram of Ideas on Art, Form and Film Maya Deren List of Contributors Index
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The first significant collection of essays about Maya Deren (1917-60), probably the leading figure in the post World War II American avant garde; in fact, this is one of the first serious considerations of any kind of Deren's career.
Autor: Bill Nichols
Bill Nichols holds the Fanny Knapp Allen Chair of Fine Arts and is Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Rochester where he teaches in the Visual and Cultural Studies doctoral program. He is the author of Blurred Boundaries (1994), Representing Reality (1991), Movies and Methods (California, 1976 and 1985), and Ideology and the Image (1981).

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Autor: Bill Nichols
ISBN-13 :: 9780520227323
ISBN: 0520227328
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.10.2001
Verlag: University Press Group Ltd
Gewicht: 496g
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 229x154x23 mm
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