Thursday, October 03, 2019

Moving Image Review & Art Journal 8.1&2 is now available

Intellect is pleased to announce that MIRAJ 8.1&2 is now available!


Special Issue: ‘Beside Chantal Akerman’s NOW’


For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >>


Aims & Scope


Moving Image Review & Art Journal is the first international peer-reviewed scholarly publication devoted to artists' film and video, and their contexts. It offers a forum for debates surrounding all forms of artists' moving image and media artworks: films, video installations, expanded cinema, video performance, experimental documentaries, animations and other screen-based works made by artists.


Issue 8.1&2






‘Akerman’ on-screen: Chantal Akerman behind and before the camera, and after cinema

Griselda pollock


News From Home the redux version: Amodal perception and ‘la jouissance du voir’

Maria walsh


‘A pedagogy of the image’: Chantal Akerman’s ethics across film and art

Kate rennebohm


Revisiting Jeanne Dielman: Autour de Jeanne Dielman (2004), Woman Sitting After Killing (2001) and Akerman’s ‘cinéma de ressassement’

Ros murray


Sensory experience, sound and queerness in Chantal Akerman’s Maniac Shadows (2013)

Albertine fox


‘A matter of skin’: Chantal Akerman’s ‘porous narratives’

Maud jacquin


Disappearance in the films of Chantal Akerman

Janet bergstrom




Ephemeral, elusive, impossible: Chantal Akerman and the concept of ‘home’

Sandy flitterman-lewis


On Les Rendez-vous d’Anna and Jeanne Dielmann

Dominique païni


Before, between and beyond: Chantal Akerman’s impenetrable landscapes

Jacqui usiskin


On marginality as resistance

Corinne rondeau


Seeing horizontally: Babette Mangolte interviewed by Bryony Gillard and Louis Hartnoll

Bryony gillard and Louis hartnoll


From the Other Side at Documenta 11 (2002)

Alison rowley


Akerman the scavenger

Adam roberts


Review Articles


Memory, Forgetting and the Moving Image, Caterina Albano (2016)

Sarah durcan


Alternative Film/Video Festival (13–17 December 2017) and the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (3–8 May 2018): Film festivals as memory-work

Catherine fowler


Yvonne Rainer: The Choreography of Film

Yhilomena epps