All posts filed under: Issue 8

The Sound of Time is not ‘tick tock’: The Loop as a Direct Image of Time in Noto’s “Endless Loop Edition (2)” and the Drone Music of Phill Niblock

Issue 08: The Loop as a Temporal Form (2004) Greg Hainge There are, in Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s formulation, two possible ways to conceive of time. There is, firstly, “Chronos: the time of measure that situates things and persons, develops a form, and determines a subject,” and then the time of aeon, “the indefinite time […]

Funny How Secrets Travel: David Lynch’s Lost Highway

Issue 08: The Loop as a Temporal Form (2004) Alanna Thain The direct time-image is the phantom which has always haunted the cinema, but it took modern cinema to give a body to this phantom. —Gilles Deleuze, Cinema 2: The Time-Image1 David Lynch’s 1997 film Lost Highway is haunted by the specter of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958), itself a ghost […]

Repetition and the Work of Hypertextual Mourning: Ryman’s 253 and the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt

Issue 08: The Loop as a Temporal Form (2004) Eric Sonstroem Healthy mourning for an individual undergoing grief is conventionally marked by teleology; one “goes through” mourning, but only as a finite process that reaches a definite end. When finished, one “moves on.” In Freudian terms, an individual’s mourning concludes when the libido has surrendered […]

Heads or Tails: The Emergence of a New Cultural Series, from the Phenakisticope to the Cinematograph

Issue 08: The Loop as a Temporal Form (2004) Nicolas Dulac and André Gaudreault  This article is part of a larger research project on the different forms attraction has taken in the cultural series “animated pictures.”1 Here we will focus our attention on the first signs of the paradigm which we propose to call cinématographie-attraction, a […]