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After Marker

Chris Marker's work persistently staged encounters across disciplinary, historical, geographical, and political divides, whether in his passionate recovery of forgotten legacies, his gestures of cinematic friendship, his challenge to the divisions of cultural competence and access, or his meditations on memory, travel, and dispossession in a global setting. No longer able to call Marker our contemporary, this panel asks what potential his work may have for our present and future conceptions of artistic practice, the possibilities of film, and historical memory.

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Chris Marker:
Guillaume-en-Égypte

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