14/11 2014 6 pm
Gareth Long and Erika Balsom discuss Melton Barker’s work and how it relates to Long’s ongoing concern with iteration, amateurism, and the re-telling of narratives.
Erika Balsom is a lecturer in Film Studies and in Liberal Arts at King’s College London. Her research is broadly concerned with the intersection of moving image art and the transformations of cinema after digitization. Her monograph, Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art, confronts the changing contours of what we call “cinema” after digitization through an examination of uses of the moving image and references to film history in art since 1990.