Jean-Luc Nancy and the Moving Image


Tuesday, March 17, 1.30 pm, E002

The event on the work of the philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy and the moving image begins with a screening of the Iranian filmaker Abbas Kiarostami’s ‘Life, and Nothing More’ (1992), followed by a presentation of Nancy’s writing on this film by Christopher Kul-Want. Thereafter, Phillip Warnell will discuss his collaborative work with Jean-Luc Nancy.

Phillip Warnell is an artist filmmaker and head of media at Kingston University. He has previously made a film about Jean-Luc Nancy ‘Outlandish: Strange Foreign Bodies’ (2009) and is currently working on a cinematic project, ‘Ming of Harlem’ that includes a contribution from the philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy.


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