Desktop Cinema Project

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Abstract

This project focusses on Desktop Cinema, a new genre of digital moving image production emerged in the last four, five years. It is comprised of three iterations diverse in terms of format, target audience and circulation, and yet complementing each other as they offer a different access point to the topic of desktop cinema. The first iteration is an exhibition that I curated in the frame of the Pula Film Festival in July 2017. A curatorial note situating the show in relation to the contemporary discourse on post-internet art and post-media accompanying the exhibition has been published in the exhibition catalogue.
The curatorial work presented on that occasion was then developed into a curated film programme screened at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb in October 2017. This research has eventually found a third development in a book chapter co-written with dr. Wanda Strauven that discusses desktop cinema from a pragmatic and genealogy perspective.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Desktop Cinema Project. / De Rosa, Miriam.

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