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The Archive Effect
Found Footage and the Audiovisual Experience of History
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"The archive has multiplied and diversified; our relationship with historical reality has changed. This transforms The Archive Effect into a multi-disciplinary text, since it responds to the appropriatism in audiovisual arts, which, in one way or another, concern all of us. The British historian Eric Hobsbawn wrote that 'technology is able to explain a story in thirty seconds.' A guide like The Archive Effect is needed to understaand those fragments of history." - Cesar Ustarroz, Found Footage Magazine
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Jaimie Baron is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta. Her research focuses on the production and transformation of human experience through technology. She is also the founder and director of the Festival of (In)appropriation, an annual international showcase of short, experimental found footage films.
Introduction: History, the Archive, and the Appropriation of the Indexical Document Chapter 1 The Archive Effect: Appropriation and the Experience of Textual Difference Chapter 2 Archival Fabrications: Simulating, Manipulating, Misusing, and Debunking the Document Chapter 3 Archival Voyeurism: Home Mode Appropriations and the Public Spectacle of Private Life Chapter 4 The Archive Affect: The Archival Fragment, Nostalgia, and the Production of Historical "Presence" Chapter 5 The Digital Archive Effect: Historiographies and Histories for the Digital Era Conclusion: Further Directions for the Archive Effect