Mit Out Sound: Moving Image, Visual Culture and Technology

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Date/Time: 18/10/2006 12:00 am

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Mit Out Sound: Moving Image, Visual Culture and Technology
Wednesday, October 18, 6:30-9 pm
 19 University Place (near E. 8th St.), NYU
Coined by Austrian-American movie director  Erich von Stroheim, the term “mit out sound” (MOS) means to film without sound. Focusing on the visual in moving image culture, this panel  discussion will explore relationships among art, theory, film, science,  popular culture, and technology. With Zoe Beloff, artist,  filmmaker, and Assistant Professor, Queens College; Jonathan  Crary, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory,  Columbia University; and Jon Kessler, artist and Associate Professor, School of the Arts, Columbia  University.  Moderated by Susanna Cole and Erin  Donnelly, co-curators of The Golden Hour, exhibition on view at Gigantic ArtSpace [GAS], 59 Franklin Street, 10013.
Co-sponsored by NYU’s Deutsches Haus and Grey Art Gallery, with Gigantic ArtSpace [GAS].  Directions and information: 212/998-8663, email: nr49@nyu.edu.

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