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I See/La Camera: I

Artist
Jacob Korczynski
Date
2015
Publisher
If I Can't Dance
Format
Artists' Books
Size
21 × 27 cm
Length
64 pages
Genre
Conversations, Criticism, Film
Description

I See/La Camera: I is the outcome of an extensive research project into Babette Mangolte’s film The Camera: Je, La Camera: I (1977), and Lucy Lippard’s novel I See/You Mean (1979), which took place in the frame of If I Can’t Dance’s Performance in Residence programme with invited researcher Jacob Korczynski.

Korczynski has investigated the relationship between the subjective role of the camera in Mangolte’s film and the simultaneous exploration of text and image in Lucy Lippard’s novel, situating I See/You Mean and The Camera: Je, La Camera: I in the context of feminist strategies of self-portraiture. Eschewing the authority of autobiography through the fluidity of fiction, both the novel and film are anchored by an affective address of image making, and at the centre of each, an opening emerges from the absence of the body of the author.

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