Critical Writing Index

Round Table: The Projected Image In Contemporary Art

by Malcolm Turvey, Hal Foster and Chrissie Iles

October, Spring 2003, no. 104, pp. 71-96

A round table discussion that involves a history of the projected image in art, as well as a description of the way that the projected image is experienced, in terms of how the projected image can allow an artist to show a different side of a moving image.

ITEM 2003.067 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Line Describing A ConeAnthony McCall

Shutter InterfacePaul Sharits

SpleenRosemarie Trockel

betraying a portraitLiisa Roberts

through a looking glassDouglas Gordon

The Third MemoryPierre Huyghe

Dog Day AfternoonPierre Huyghe

SleeptalkingPierre Huyghe

24 hour PsychoDouglas Gordon

CyclesStephen Beck

Der SandmannStan Douglas

Journey Into FearStan Douglas

GoshogaokaSharon Lockhart

Teatro AmazonasSharon Lockhart

Situation Leading to a StoryMatthew Buckingham

WavelengthMichael Snow

Paradise InstituteJanet Cardiff

Paradise InstituteGeorge Bures Miller

I N I T I A L SJames Coleman

ViewerGary Hill

Trap DoorLiisa Roberts

ArgumentAnthony McCall

Sigmund Freud's DoraAnthony McCall

Long Film For Ambient LightAnthony McCall