The Chaos of the Void in Zia Anger’s I Remember Nothing

The Chaos of the Void in Zia Anger’s I Remember Nothing

Image credit: Zia Anger My first epileptic seizure happened on a Saturday morning when I was nine years old. I remember the sudden, painful oppressiveness of light and sound and a sharp headache that had me looking towards the ground and wanting to bury my head under...
Who We’re Watching: Vika Kirchenbauer

Who We’re Watching: Vika Kirchenbauer

“Just like in war, the knowledge about the other—or ‘intelligence’ about the other—constructs power; it is the currency that economies of love and war operate on. Nevertheless, the collection of knowledge about the other rarely extends beyond pseudo-factual proof of...
Heavy as a Thread: An Interview with Mary Stark

Heavy as a Thread: An Interview with Mary Stark

Mary Stark is a hands-on artist whose film installations and performances demonstrate that there’s a place for grace in the heavily mechanized world of movie-making. The Manchester-based artist has spent the past half-decade developing a film practice that juxtaposes...
Women to Watch: Sylvia Schedelbauer

Women to Watch: Sylvia Schedelbauer

A new regular column, Women To Watch features profiles of women working in all positions and genres of film. Experimental filmmaker Sylvia Schedelbauer’s work stages confrontations between images and their histories. Through associational and oppositional editing...