DMS/UB Presenters at Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2022

 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2022.

 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference 2022

Here is a list of UB presenters at SCMS 2022

Andrew Lison, Jason Livingston, Kalpana Subramanian (Department of Media Study) and Tanya Shilina-Conte (Department of English)

will be presenting at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference (March 31st - April 3rd, 2022, Online).

Details below:

March 31st: Kalpana Subramanian • University at Buffalo • Cinema of Breath: Decolonizing the Aesthetics of Embodiment in Experimental Film

PANEL D10: Abject Epistemologies

SPONSOR(S): Experimental Film and Media SIG; Film Philosophy SIG
CHAIR: Michael Metzger • Northwestern University
Mila Zuo • University of British Columbia • Speculative Magic and The Widowed Witch (Cai Chengjie, 2018)
William Brown • University of British Columbia • A Cinematic Epistemology of Mud and Blackness

April 1st: Andrew Lison • University at Buffalo, SUNY • Squeezing Silicon: Hardware and Computation at the End of Moore’s Law

Panel: F15 The Materiality of Computer Histories

SPONSOR(S): Media, Science, and Technology SIG
CHAIR: Jeremy Morris • University of Wisconsin-Madison
CO-PANELISTS: Jeremy Morris • University of Wisconsin-Madison • Platform Histories: Reading App Stores through Software Catalogs
Gerald Sim • Florida Atlantic University • The Technopolitics of AI Documentaries
Hugo Ljungbäck • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill • Grids, Nodes, and Networks:
Representing the Affective Materiality of “The Cloud” through Matt Parker’s Video Art

April 1st: Tanya Shilina-Conte • University at Buffalo • Her Black Screens: Marguerite Duras’s Cinema as Filmmaking Machine

PANEL H13: Avant-Garde Feminist Forms

CHAIR: Carrie Reese • University of Toronto
CO-PANELISTS: Alper Gobel • Georgia State University • Exhausted, Yet Still Relational: Reconsidering Ju Tu Il Elle Through Affect
Wakae Nakane • University of Southern California • Embodied Subjectivities and Corporeal
Thought: Feminist Experimental Film in 1980s and 90s Japan
Carrie Reese • University of Toronto • Cutting Images: Editing as a Feminist Discourse from
Hollywood to the Avant-Garde

April 2nd: Jason Livingston • University at Buffalo • Every Film is a Prison Film

PANEL O5: The Refusals of the Image
SPONSOR(S): CinemArts SIG
CHAIR: Jennifer Wild • University of Southern California

CO-PANELISTS: Karl Schoonover • University of Warwick • Pollution Pictured and Polluted Pictures
Karen Redrobe • University of Pennsylvania • The Elusive and Entangled Creative Visions of
Florestine Kinchen and Helen Hill
Jennifer Wild • University of Southern California • Dark Patrimony, or Survival in the Penal Colony

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