Apologies for cross-posting.
I’m delighted to announce the provisional programme for the Centre for Film Studies symposium ‘Texture in Film’, 9th March, 2013, University of St Andrews.
Registration for the event is now open: http://onlineshop.st-andrews.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&catid=68&modid=2&prodid=298&deptid=28&prodvarid=0
This symposium will seek to explore ways in which thinking about texture can reinvigorate discussion of film form across a variety of cinematic contexts, with particular emphasis on approaches drawn from understandings of texture originating in study of visual art, music and literature.
The day will close with a roundtable event with an interdisciplinary panel, designed to extend the discussion of the day.
Panelists: Alex Clayton (University of Bristol), Sarah Dillon (University of St Andrews), Ian Garwood (University of Glasgow) & Alistair Rider (University of St Andrews)
Please contact me if you have any queries about the event ([log in to unmask]). Please forward to your networks, especially those in other arts and humanities disciplines who might be interested in this.
Dr. Lucy Fife Donaldson
Teaching Fellow in Film Studies
Department of Film Studies
University of St Andrews
99 North Street
St. Andrews, KY16 9AD
Tel: 01334 4677483
The University of St Andrews is a charity registered in Scotland, No: SC013532
Provisional Programme: Texture in Film
Registration & Coffee 9-9.30: Kennedy Hall, University of St Andrews
Feeling Texture 9.30 – 11
‘Haptic Hearing’: Texture and Feeling in the films of Apichatpong Weerasthakul - Philippa Lovatt, Glasgow School of Art/University of Glasgow.
‘It’s not what I don’t see, it’s what I don’t feel’: Texture, the unseen and haptic cinema in Memoirs of an Invisible Man and Hollow Man - Jonathan Law, University of Kent.
Caressing the Screen, Feeling the Moving Image: Mobile screens and Digit(al) Desire - Gavin Wilson, York St John University.
Workshop #1 11.20-12.15: Film Textuality / Film Texture - John Bateman, Janina Wildfeuer, Chiaoi Tseng, Bremen Institute for Transmedial Textuality Research.
Surface and Depth 12.15-1.15
Texture and Time in Tony Scott’s Déjà Vu - Steen Christiansen, Aalborg University.
Staging in Depth – Life of Pi 3D (2013), storytelling, illusion and the suspension of disbelief - Ceri Hovland, University of Surrey.
Workshop #2 2-3: Bloody Mess: Visceral Textures and Special Effects - Kathrina Glitre, University of the West of England.
Politics of Texture 3.20-4.50
Straightforward or Twisted? Queer-ing Phenomenal Space in Film - Katharina Lindner, University of Stirling.
Cinematic Textures of Feminine Vision and Sexual Difference - Kathleen Scott, University of St Andrews.
Sensing Nation: Texture as Allegory in Recent British Cinema - Andrew Jarvis, University of the West of Scotland.
5-6 Roundtable: Alex Clayton (University of Bristol), Sarah Dillon (University of St Andrews), Ian Garwood (University of Glasgow) & Alistair Rider (University of St Andrews)
Drinks reception in Film Studies boardroom 6-7
Dinner in town.
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