Objects of Media Studies
Design by Raegan Kelly
Antennae Trees: Alan Dick
Embroidered condom: Cirilo Domine
Screens, cold. Günther Selichar / VBK (Vienna).
Antennae Tree Drawing: Miha Vipotnik
Bruce "Spud" Snyder
— Amelie Hastie, May 19th, 2008
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CuratorAmelie Hastie is Associate Professor of Film and Digital Media at the University of California-Santa Cruz. A member of the Camera Obscura editorial collective, she is also currently editing a special issue of Journal of Visual Culture entitled "Detritus and the Moving Image."Her book, Cupboards of Curiosity: Women, Recollection, and Film History is forthcoming from Duke University Press.
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Designer ProgrammerCo-Creative Director and site designer for Vectors through the Difference issue (5), Raegan Kelly has worked as an interactive designer, programmer, cinematographer, and screen printer for the last 15 years. Raegan is leaving to focus her creative energies on a solo venture in innovative, functional and non- toxic material design. She has a BA from UC Berkeley and an MFA in Film from CalArts.
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AuthorAmelie Hastie is Associate Professor of Film and Digital Media at the University of California-Santa Cruz. A member of the Camera Obscura editorial collective, she is also currently editing a special issue of Journal of Visual Culture entitled "Detritus and the Moving Image."Her book, Cupboards of Curiosity: Women, Recollection, and Film History is forthcoming from Duke University Press.
AuthorRaiford Guins is a Principal Editor for the Journal of Visual Culture and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Screen Media at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He recently co-edited Popular Culture: A Reader with Sage and is completing a book with University of Minnesota Press entitled Edited Clean Version: Governing Culture in the Age of Control. His work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, most recently The Prosthetic Impulse: From A Posthuman Present to a Biocultural Future (MIT, 2005).
AuthorAnna Scott is an Assistant Professor of Dance and Performance at University of California Riverside. Her one-woman show, "Fish Tales, Rivers and Other Female Parts," has been presented at UC San Diego, Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, and MIT.
AuthorMary Desjardins is Associate Professor of Film and Television Studies at Dartmouth College, where she also teaches women's studies. She has completed two books, Recycled Stars: Female Stardom in the Age of Television and Video and Dietrich Icon, co-edited with Gerd Gemunden (both forthcoming from Duke Univ. Press) and is starting on a third, about the cultural capital of Hollywood glamour.
AuthorKate Mondloch is Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art and Theory at the University of Oregon. Her research interests focus on late 20th- and early 21st- century art, theory and criticism, particularly the individuals, practices and technologies that cross medium and disciplinary boundaries between art and media. She is currently working on a book entitled "Thinking Through the Screen: Media Installation, Its Spectator and the Screen."
AuthorLisa Parks is Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara. The author of Cultures in Orbit: Satellites and the Televisual, she is also co-editor of Planet TV: A Global Television Reader. She is a member of the UC Humanities Research Institute advisory board.
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AuthorNguyen Tan Hoang is a PhD candidate in the Department of Rhetoric/Film Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His writings have appeared in the anthologies Porn Studies (Duke University Press, 2004) and Alien Encounters: Popular Culture in Asian America (Duke University Press, forthcoming). He is also an experimental videomaker whose work has screened nationally and internationally.
AuthorLaura Kang is an Associate Professor in the Womens Studies department at University of California Irvine. She is the author of Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women.