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21 Apr 2013

Millennium Film Journal Spring 2013

Design: Shona Masarin
Image: Tony Oursler

Millennium Film Journal of Artists' Cinema: New Issue and Screening
Millennium Film Journal


MFJ 57 Screening (work featured in issue) May 4th 8pm Please see website for details

Grahame Weinbren
(+1) 212 645 0196

Millennium Film Journal / Post Typhoon Sky Inc
119 West 22nd Street, 3rd floor
New York NY 10011

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The Millennium Film Journal is the premiere print publication devoted to artists' cinema, published twice a year in the Spring and Fall. 2013 is the MFJ's 35th year of publication.

The MFJ examines, critiques, documents and celebrates moving image works by artists current, recent and past: in the Black Box, the White Cube, on the street and the screen; in museums, galleries, cinemas, alternative spaces, public locations and living rooms; on film, digital and analog video, and other technologies; in texts by critics, historians, theorists and artists. Each issue is organized around a theme, with reviews, articles, artist pages and interviews. Contributors are from around the world, in a range from emerging to established, with frequent writings by the best-known experts in the field.

MFJ 57 (Spring 2013) is titled 'Violence in Artists' Cinema.' Artists discussed include Peggy Ahwesh, Tony Conrad, Bryan Frye, Tony Oursler, and Pat O'Neill, along with Douglas White's analysis of the lasting influence of the 1966 'Destruction in Art Symposium,' Scott MacDonald's interview with Jennifer Proctor, and much more. A full table of contents is online at

MFJ 56 (Fall 2012), titled 'Material Practice: From Sprockets to Binaries' focuses on the growing emphasis on materials in moving image art, both in the continued exploration of photo-chemical film and the analysis of underlying structures and exposure of glitches in electro-magnetic and digital practice. It includes a review of Tacita Dean's 'Film' installation at the Tate Modern, a review of the JODI retrospective at the New York Museum of the Moving Image, and a previously unpublished lecture on 'processing' by Hollis Frampton. Table of contents at

The cover price of the MFJ is US$9.00, UK£7.00, and Eur€9.00. Current and back issues are available online at, with reduced rates for subscriptions and other special offers. It is also on sale in high-quality bookstores and museum shops.