The Place of Artists' Cinema has been reviewed by LuxOnline

A number of books have been published recently that seek, in one way or another, to shed light on what many of their authors see as the hidden, or under-theorised, history of moving image practice in the gallery.

The Irish academic Maeve Connolly’s new book, The Place of Artists’ Cinema: Space, Site and Screen, looks at the presence of the moving image within the spaces and sites for contemporary art: museums, biennials, art fairs, commercial galleries etc. She pays particular attention to how social relations are structured within these spaces, and the relationship that moving images within the gallery have to notions of place and site.



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