When media translate the world to the world: twentieth-century utopian projects including Edward Steichen's “Family of Man,” Jacques Cousteau's underwater films, and Buckminster Fuller's geoscope.
About the author
Janine Marchessault is a professor in Cinema and Media Arts at York University and holds a York Research Chair in Media Art and Social Engagement. Her research engages with the history of large-screen media (from multiscreen to IMAX to media as architecture and VR); diverse models of public art, festivals, and site-specific curation; 21st century moving-image archives; and notions of collective memory/history.
Other titles by Janine Marchessault
Nuit Blanche and Other Ruptures
Handmade Film in the Digital Age
The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Cinema
Film at Expo 67
Cartographies of Place
Navigating the Urban
Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema
Fluid Screens,Expanded Cinema
Gendering the Nation
Canadian Women's Cinema