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Travis Riley profiles Corin Sworn’s recent slide and film installations, finding in them a persistent desire to blur the accounts of the past and question their hold on the present.
Janet Harbord considers the photographs of French interwar photographer Denise Bellon, which Chris Marker assembled in his film Remembrance of Things to Come (2001).
In this book-length study of Chris Marker's La Jetée, the celebrated science-fiction film composed almost entirely of still photographs, Janet Harbord focuses on the film's influential treatment of time and sound, moving deftly from close readings of the film to broader cultural issues.