Prof. Sarah Street presents at Spaces of Imagination symposium
24 November 2016
Prof. Sarah Street presented on ‘Intermediality, Fashion and the Fiction Film: The Affairs of Anatol (De Mille, 1921)’ at a British Academy-funded symposium:
Spaces of Imagination: Intermediality in Film Archives and Exhibition, 19 November 2016 at the School of Fine Art, History of Art, Cultural Studies, University of Leeds.
Spaces of Imagination addressed questions of intermediality and transitional media in the making and exhibition of photography, film and its archives. The symposium, organized by Dr Liz Watkins (Leeds) concentrated on three major themes with related screenings: Early 1900s Polar Expeditions and Archives; Intermedial Histories and Questions of Visualisation; Intermedial Archives and Exhibition. Other speakers included Prof. Griselda Pollock (Leeds), Dr Eirik Frisvold Hanssen (National Library of Norway), Professor Ulrich Ruedel (HTW- University of Applied Sciences, Berlin), Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi (Curator of Silent Film at EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam), and Lucy Carty (Artist in Residence for the Scott Polar Research Institute).
For abstracts of presentations and more details of the event see here