The politics of spatiality in experimental nonfiction cinema: Jonathan Perel’s ‘Toponimia’

by Patrick Brian Smith A whole history remains to be written of spaces – which would at the same time be the history of powers – from the great strategies of geopolitics to the little [&... Read more →

Reaching out!: Activating space in the art of Olafur Eliasson

Heading for the exhibition’s main hall, I finally reach a series of rooms where the floors have been covered with rock and gravel. I am hesitant at first, lingering by the doorpost before ... Read more →

Representations of Madrid in the (post-)transition to democracy

by Vicente Rodriguez Ortega Introduction Historians date the beginning of the Transition to democracy in Spain in 1975 – the year of Franco’s death. However, there are multiple periodisa... Read more →

Orbital ruins

by Lisa Parks Thousands of satellites and space objects have fallen back to earth since the space age began. In May 1968, the Nimbus B-1 weather satellite plummeted into the Pacific Ocean ju... Read more →

The intangible ground: A neurophenomenology of the film experience

by Adriano D’Aloia The constitution of a spatial level is simply one means of constituting an integrated world: my body is geared onto the world when my perception presents me with a spect... Read more →