Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism is a bimonthly publication of the Visual Studies Workshop, a non-profit media arts center located in Rochester, New York.
For over 40 years, Afterimage has been an important voice in the media arts. Afterimage features unique, high-quality coverage of the visual arts, photography, independent film and video, new media, and alternative publishing, covering important issues and debates within art history, visual and cultural studies, media studies, and related fields. Each issue is a mix of in-depth feature articles, conference and festival reports, book and exhibition reviews, and dozens of citations on new scholarly titles, artist’s books, and exhibition catalogs.
Volume 43, No. 5 includes:
Essays & Features:
Where Do the Myths Lie?: Considering the Imaginary in Jo Ractliffe’s Landscapes of Conflict • The Cowboy Prince • Casting Spells: A Conversation with Peter Rock
Free Play in Ithaca, NY • Brian Ulrich in San Francisco • Isabel Rocamora in Toronto • Andrea Buttner at Walker Art Center • Diana Thater at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Michael Hampton’s Unshelfmarked: Reconceiving the Artists’ Book • Charlotte Cotton’s Photography is Magic • Doug Aitken’s Station to Station