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The Fourteenth International Domitor Conference was held in Stockholm at Filmhuset, the Swedish Film Institute, and examined the relationship between corporeality and early cinema.
Evening events included archival screenings and lecture-performances at the Bio Victor.
Conceptions of Bodily Spectatorship in the Early 1910s Stephanie Werder (University of Zürich), “Perils of Cinema: The German Cinema Debate and the ‘Nerve-Racking’ Medium” Kristina Köhler (University of Zürich), “Moving the Spectator, Dancing with the Screen: Dance Instruction Films in the Early 1910s” Risk, Danger, Death Charlie Keil (University of Toronto) and Denise Mc Kenna (University of Southern California), “Risky Business: The Early Film Actor’s Laboring Body Invites Discourses of Danger” Gary D.
Rhodes (The Queen’s University of Belfast), “Death by a Thousand Cuts: Onscreen Executions in Early American Cinema” Sarah Keller (University of Massachusetts Boston), “‘Supposing him dead’: The Mortal Coil and Early Cinema” Masculine Bodies On and Off Screen Frank Gray (University of Brighton), “Uniformed and Marching in Hastings” Ivo Blom (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), “Media Muscle: Italian Strong Men Analyzed and Contextualized” Wyatt D.
Phillips (Texas Tech University), “Smokers, Club Films, and Blue Movies: The Pornographic Dispositif” Screening: “Wine Vicissitudes” (Keystone, 1915, 15 min.) Courtesy of the British Film Institute and the Library of Congress Film, Sociology, and Criminology Trond Lundemo (Stockholm University), “The Public and the Crowd: The Life of Images in Early Cinema” April Miller (Arizona State University), “Carceral Corporeality and Female Deviance in Early Cinema” Christina Petersen (Eckerd College), “‘The Best Synonym of Youth’: G.
Stanley Hall, Mimetic Play, and Early Cinema’s Embodied Youth Spectator” Locating Race and Ethnicity Denis Condon (Maynooth University), “The Taste of the Moment Seems All for ‘Pictures’: Irish Historical Bodies before the Early Cinema Screen” Joanna Hearne (University of Missouri), “Before and After Images: Iconographies of Social Reform in Early ‘Indian Dramas’” Laura Horak (Carleton University), “Bodies and Borders: Reading Sexual and Ethnic Secrets on the Surface of the Body in Mauritz Stiller’s Erotic Melodramas” Program I A selection of films from the Swedish Film Institute, curated and presented by Camille Blot-Wellens and Jon Wengström.
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Against this backdrop, this Domitor conference seeks to explore the role of the body in all its glory: grotesque or “deviant” bodies; dismembered bodies and corpses; erotic bodies, ideal bodies; bodies that display gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, race, class, national origin; imperiled bodies; bodies at work; bodies at play; conspicuously fashioned bodies; bodies in the audience; and so on.
Possible Topics Include: Film bodies studied/situated in intermedial and intertextual relationships with other performance/representational practices (vaudeville, circus, pantomime, chronophotography, lantern slides, painting, postcards, advertisements, and theatre) Although we imagine the general time frame for the period covered by papers in the conference to be 1890 through 1915, we realize that cinema developed unevenly across the global stage.
For that reason, papers treating cinema after 1915 in countries where early cinema practices postdate the proposed time frame will be given full consideration.
Andrews) and Katharina Loew (University of Massachusetts Boston), “Space, Body, Projection: The Kino-Variété (1913-1914)” Ludwig Vogl-Bienek (University of Trier) “Body and Screen: Corporeality in Live Performances of the Historic Art of Projection” Ian Christie(Birkbeck, University of London), “Ghosts in the Machinery” Roundtable: The Media Ecology Project Mark Williams (Dartmouth College), Allain Daigle (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee), Tami Williams (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee) Turn of the Twentieth Century and Imaging Technologies Dimitrios Latsis (Internet Archive), “‘The Naked, Absolute Fact’: Muybridge’s Locomotion Nudes and Their Afterlives in Early Cinema” John Fullerton (Stockholm University), “Lumière Agents in Mexico: The ‘Body’ of Film as a Late-Nineteenth-Century Discourse” Linda Bertelli (IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Italy), “Towards an Economy of the Body” Spectatorship and Disturbances at Early Film Screenings Maggie Hennefeld (University of Minnesota), “’Don’t Show Your Teeth’: Women’s Laughter and the Living Film Spectator” Mireille Berton (University of Lausanne), “’Keep It Dark’: the Fatale Attraction of the Female Viewer’s Body” Annie Fee (University College London), ”Wounded Veterans and Recuperative Cinema Culture in Wartime Paris” The Performing Body Ansje van Beusekom (Utrecht University), “Funny Walks: Performing Bodies Outdoors” Vassiliki Tsitsopoulou (Indiana University), “Race, Mimetic Embodiment, and Urban Space in an Early-ish Greek Film” Gunnar Iversen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), “Bodies in Motion: Dancing and Boxing in Early Norwegian Cinema” Screening: ”Chicken and Eggs” (Parnaland, 1902-1904, 1 min.) Courtesy of Filmoteca Española Bodies without Boundaries: Tableaux Vivants and Living Statues in Early Cinema Vito Adriaensens (Columbia University), “Ovidian Violence: Georges Méliès’ Explosive Screen Bodies” Valentine Robert (University of Lausanne), “Nudity in Early Cinema, or the Pictorial Transgression” Daniel Wiegand (Stockholm University), “Furious Sculptures: From the Frozen Life in Tableaux Vivants to Life Unleashed in Film” Roundtable: The Promise of Cinema Nicholas Baer (Purchase College, State University of New York), Michael Cowan (University of St Andrews), Anton Kaes (University of California, Berkeley), Katharina Loew (University of Massachusetts Boston) Projecting the Human Body: A Transmedial Perspective Sarah Dellmann (Utrecht University) and Ine van Dooren (Screen Archive South East, University of Brighton), “The Extraordinary Human Body: From Spectacle to Medical Case” Frank Kessler (Utrecht University) and Sabine Lenk (University of Antwerp), “Inside the Human Body: The Unseen World Exposed” Richard Crangle (University of Exeter) and Joe Kember (University of Exeter), “Temperance Bodies: Emotional Movement in Social Mission Shows” Bodies, Senses, and Space Martin Barnier (Université Lumière Lyon 2), “Le corps dans l’espace: son et relief” Sébastien Dupont-Bloch (Université Paris 1), “Paul Capellani, le corps à l’épreuve du cinématographe” Judith Thissen (Utrecht University), “Perfuming Devices, Deodorizing Discourses: Movie Audiences, Middle-Class Respectability, and Pure Air” Natural Sciences and the Body Jérémy Houillère (Université Rennes 2/Université de Montréal), “Les ‘chirurgiens fin de siècle’ de la presse illustrée et du cinema” Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa (University of California, Santa Cruz), “Celluloid Specimens: Animal Origins for the Moving Image” Luis Alonso-García, Daniel Sánchez-Salas, and Begoña Soto-Vázquez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos), “Dr.
Tomas Maestre’s films: Bodies and Minds around 1915 in Spain” Rodolphe Gahéry (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), ”Corps mis en scène, corps mis en cage: les premiers cinématographes au temps des zoos humains” Special screening: (Parnaland, c.1900, 1 min.) Courtesy of the Filmoteca Española Faces, Makeup, Hair Alice Maurice (University of Toronto Scarborough), “Making Faces: Make-up and Character in Early Cinema” Jean-Claude Seguin (Université Lumière Lyon 2), “Cheveux et pilosités dans le cinéma des origins” Oksana Chefranova (Yale University), “Breathing Faces, Blinking Eyes: On Cinematic Visage in Russian Films of the 1910s” Moving!