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Culture & Media @30, Juhasz remarks

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My brief remarks about the methods I learned and refined as a student in this program in the late 1980s

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Culture & Media @30, Juhasz remarks

  1. 1. Culture and Media@30: Producing Media Worlds Alexandra Juhasz Film, Brooklyn College
  2. 2. Cut-ups from Ev-ent-anglement.com and cells.ev-ent-anglement.com
  3. 3. Is affect in Montreal different from #affect in #Montreal? 5 cut-ups and media-world methods • 1. Praxis-based • 2. Place-based • 3. Vernacular-expressed • 4. Collaborative • 5. Self-reflexive and affect-rich
  4. 4. 1. Praxis-based Cut ups are for everyone. Anybody can make cut ups. It is experimental in the sense of being something to do. … The use of scissors renders the process explicit and subject to extension and variation. (William Burroughs)
  5. 5. 2. Place-based I use the concept of “Egyptian feeling” as a named, circulated and sticky emotion, where the cultural, political and biological aspects of emotions merge together. Anu Laukkanen: “Hips Don’t Lie: Affective and Kinaesthetic Dance Ethnography,” Working With Affect in Feminist Readings, eds. Liljestrom and Paasonen (Routledge: 2010).
  6. 6. 3. Vernacular-Expressed What is the glue that inspires or captivates an audience to assemble linger, and act?
  7. 7. 4. Collaborative Feminist collectivity as the shadow archive of contemporary academic culture. Tweeted by @Aging SuperModel So we wait for our bodies to appear, we wait in the gaps, or cuts, or silhouettes of time; we wait, we exist, and create. (Tweeted by @Komiksgrrrl)
  8. 8. 5. Self-reflexive and affect-rich I feel annoyed to be watching the clock to get my kid from daycare. I was so happy when you said you loved “The Argonauts,” and then squirmily delighted when you said smart generous things to me after I presented. Very sweaty most of today. I’m curious about everyone’s love lives, as always. (tweeted by Jenny Burman)