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Encoding Loss: Corporeality and (Im)materiality in the Age of the Digital

Abstract : Looking at a series of moving-image-based works ranging from mainstream film to multimedia installations by female film-makers and artists, this article considers the current insistence on the corporeal, both thematically and through the medium's material presence, in relation to the growing sense of immateriality arguably endemic to the age of digital encoding and 'superfluous' bodies.
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Martine Beugnet. Encoding Loss: Corporeality and (Im)materiality in the Age of the Digital. Studies in French Cinema, Intellect, 2012, 12 (3), pp.257-271. ⟨10.1386/sfc.12.3.257_1⟩. ⟨hal-02919654⟩

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