Afterimage (no. 5) – Aesthetics/ Ideology/ Cinema

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Afterimage is a seminal UK film magazine which was published between 1970-1987. This issue is guest edited by Noel Burch, and elucidates on the critical belief that creative works in the arts, and in particular film, are a part of a process of re-inventing and reconstructing modes of representation and perception that are systematically denied within the terms of current socio-political and cultural reality.

Contents:
Seeing…decoding by Pierre Francastel
Writing, Fiction, Ideology by Jean-Louis Baudry
Propositions by Noel Burch and Jorge Dana
The Heterogeneity of the aesthetic object and problems of art criticism by Emilio Garroni
Bibliography/notes on contributors

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