Thanks to PhD students Laurel Ahnert and Justin Horton for this excellent report of the 2014 Rendering (the) Visible conference, presented by the Moving Image Studies program. The report appears in the new issue of Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. We look forward to the next iteration of this international conference! Advertisements

For those who wish to tweet about the conference we suggest using #RTV2 as the hashtag. Happy tweeting!

To celebrate the upcoming Rendering (the) Visible II conference, we would like to highlight the previous work of some of our conference presenters.  Below are posts from InMediaRes, a collaborative site for online scholarship that is part of the MediaCommons digital scholarly network and edited here at Georgia State University.     Elena del Rio – Cinema’s […]

We look forward to welcoming our presenters and participants to Atlanta for next week’s conference. Click here for information on getting to the hotel and the conference events, where to eat and drink in the city, and more.

Rendering (the)Visible II: Figure THURSDAY, February 6, 2014 7:00pm, Kopleff Auditorium, Georgia State University Screening of video and new media art, curated and introduced by Professor Timothy Murray, Cornell University Roundtable discussion will follow FRIDAY, February 7, 2014, 25 Park Place 9am-10:30am, room 830 Photograms “Rewatching the Unattainable Text: Viewing Practice and Figural Criticism” Jordan […]

We’re pleased to be using the Marriott Residence Inn Downtown Atlanta as our official conference hotel. The hotel is conveniently located two blocks from the Department of Communication, where  conference registration and conference panels and keynote lectures will take place. Visit the hotel’s site for a map and information about things to do in or […]

Opening night of the Rendering (the) Visible II: Figure conference features a screening of video and new media art from the figural perspective of the screen, curated and introduced by Professor Timothy Murray, Curator of Cornell University’s Rose Goldsen Archive
 of New Media Art. Join us at 7pm in the Kopleff Auditorium on the Georgia State Campus. Dr. Murray sits on the […]