Free New Journal: Moving Image Review & Art Journal

Intellect is delighted to announce the publication of our Moving Image Review & Art Journal. To celebrate the arrival of this groundbreaking journal we are offering issue 1.1 for FREE online: http://bit.ly/vZzdUf.

About the Journal
‘Artists’ moving image is a hard topic to pin down, and its images and effects are multiple and mutable, but it has a substantial history. Snaring that history – or rather its manifold histories – in the pages of MIRAJ is one of the aspirations of our enterprise’ – Catherine Elwes, Founding Editor, MIRAJ

The Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists’ film and video, and its contexts. It offers a forum for debates surrounding all forms of artists’ moving image and media artworks: films, video installations,
expanded cinema, video performance, experimental documentaries, animations, and other screen-based works made by artists. MIRAJ aims to
consolidate artists’ moving image as a distinct area of study that bridges a number of disciplines, not limited to, but including art, film, and media. Reflecting the subject matter this journal contains many innovative elements and includes lots of black and white and colour imagery throughout.

The first issue contains exciting work from an impressive list of contributors including Catherine Elwes, Maeve Connolly, Erika Balsom and Sean Cubitt. Articles and features represent a broad range of exceptional scholarship including such pieces as ‘Brakhage’s sour grapes, or notes on experimental cinema in the art world’ an article which examines the place of experimental cinema within the contemporary museum in order to challenge the commonly held assumption that it is somehow opposed to, or at least outside, the art world. For a complete list of articles and abstracts please visit: http://bit.ly/yuKTFl. As well as articles and features the journal is also home to a vibrant Reviews section and Founding Editor, Catherine Elwes, frames the whole issue with a rousing editorial.

Visit the journal online for more details:
http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=207/view,page=0 /, or please contact James Campbell (james@intellectbooks.com).

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