Cinema, Montage, and the Rhythm of Life. Domietta Torlasco, March 9, 2015
Cinema, Montage, and the Rhythm of Life
Monday, March 9, 2015, at 5:00pm
135 Nicholson Hall
Domietta Torlasco, Italian and Comparative Literary Studies, Northwestern University
Domietta Torlasco works at the intersection of film theory and practice, with interest in European cinema, psychoanalysis, phenomenology, feminist theory, and time-based visual arts. Her recent book, The Heretical Archive: Digital Memory at the End of Film (U of M Press, 2013), examines how digital films and multimedia installations can radically transform our memories of film and our understanding of the cinematic and psychoanalytic archives.
Cosponsored by the IAS Rethinking Visual Media Studies after the Digital Revolution collaborative, the Moving Image Studies Graduate Group, and the Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature.