Elastic spaces: archaeologies and practices of image, space and body

Friday 28 September 2018


Présentation de la communication

Elastic spaces is a research project that explores media art practices that relate to human movement focusing on the relationship between the body and apparatuses of the moving image. The research project considers contemporary and future practices while reflecting on histories of technical and aesthetic developments, looking at digital and lens-based technologies and architectures of both the stereoscopic and the two-dimensional moving image. The aim of this exploration is to identify and define the shifting relationships between spatiotemporal illusion of the moving image and corporeal perceptions of architectural space, relationships that are influenced by what is shown on the screen, the space the screen occupies and the human bodies sharing that space.


Archive vidéo de la communication


To cite this document:
Sujir, Leila and Paul Landon. 2018. “Elastic spaces: archaeologies and practices of image, space and body”. Within Colloque Cybercorporéités: subjectivités nomades en contexte numérique. Symposium hosted by Figura, le Centre de recherche sur le texte et l’imaginaire. Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal, 28 septembre 2018. Texte. Available online: l’Observatoire de l’imaginaire contemporain. <>. Accessed on August 13, 2022.