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What would a cinema that serves its subjects, rather than forces of capital, look like? A cinema of refusal, a cinematic non-form that breaks away from the conditions set by capital. A cinema made entirely of the process itself, that can...
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04/01/2008 6:00 PM 32"123David Macaulay, Author, IllustratorDescription: This presentation feels akin to a new Disney ride: During your tour inside David Macaulay'simagination, prepare to soar over Rome's great monuments, raft within th...
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Question Bridge: Black Males opens a window onto the complex and often unspoken dialogue among black men, creating an intimate and essentially genuine experience for viewers and subjects, while providing new opportunities for understandi...
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10/07/2005 12:55 PM Carly Fiorina, SM '89, Former Chairman and CEOHewlett-Packard; Author, Tough ChoicesDescription: To hear her tell it, Carly Fiorina's year at the Sloan School proved pivotal to her education and career. She was "const...
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Chip Lord, Professor Emeritus, Film & Digital Media, UC Santa Cruz Chip Lord’s talk presents several recent projects and includes a historical introduction to the radical art and architecture group Ant Farm, 1968–19...
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The discussions in this video were followed the screenings of two films of John Akomfrah. Reconsidering Handsworth Songs Handsworth Songs (1986), an essayistic documentary film, explores the history of the contemporary Britis...
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John Akomfrah’s Transfigured Night is a two-screen installation and reinterpretation of Richard Dehmel’s poem Verklärte Nacht that reflects on postcolonial histories. Exploring the many facets of migration, human experience, and politica...
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09/26/2002 6:00PM E25-111Emily Thompson, Senior Fellow, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, MITDescription: In this history of aural culture in early-twentieth-century America, Emily Thompson charts dramatic trans...
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05/04/2005 4:00 Kirsch StataAlan Brody, Associate Provost for the Arts; Professor of Theater; Evan Ziporyn, Kenan Sahin Distinguished Professor of Music; Jay Scheib, Assistant Professor of Theater; Krzysztof Wodiczko, Professor of A...
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04/24/2008 6:30 PM 34"101Werner Sobek, Engineer, Werner Sobek Ingenieure; Director, Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual DesignDescription: There's more than a little magic in Werner Sobek's constructions, which balance a...
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11/03/2005 e51-345Michael Kaiser, SM '77, President, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing ArtsDescription: Running a high-profile arts organization can be a punishing profession. When Michael Kaiser arrived in London to take over t...
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In Joan Jonas’s own words, Reanimation “is partly an homage to spiritual aspects of nature […], but as glaciers are now melting, the work […] reflects the present-day situation.” The piece is based on the 1968 novel Under the Glacier by ...
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