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D-PASSAGE: THE DIGITAL WAY -- TRINH T. MINH-HA Duke University Press, Durham, 2013. 226 pp. with 123 ills. (16 col.). 23 x 18 cm. LC 2013-13828 ISBN 9780822355250 In English.
Paperbound edition also available; see Worldwide 156017. Publisher's description: D-Passage is a unique book by the world-renowned filmmaker, artist, and critical theorist Trinh T. Minh-ha. Taking as grounding forces her feature film Night Passage and installation L'Autre marche (The Other Walk), both co-created with Jean-Paul Bourdier, she discusses the potentials and impact of new technology on cinema culture and explores its effects on creative practice. Less a medium that a "way," the digital is here featured in its mobile, transformative passages. Trinh's reflections shed light on several of her major themes: temporality, transitions, transcultural encounters, ways of seeing and knowing, the implications of the media used, the artistic practices engaged in, and the representations created. In D-Passage, form and structure, rhythm and movement, and language and imagery are inseparable. The book integrates essays, artistic statements, in-depth conversations, the script of Night Passage, movie stills, photos, and sketches.
Artist(s):Minh-ha, Trinh T.
Indexing: Western, Non-Western in a Western Style, Asia (Western Style) — United States, Vietnam — Post-2000 — Video/Film/Performance, Electronic Media/Computer Art — Women Artists
Plans: 71
Worldwide Number: 156016
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