Posts Tagged: theaters

Marquee

Forgotten Material Histories of Repurposed Movie Theaters

Presentation by Veronica Paredes (University of Southern California). This presentation will highlight one aspect of Marquee Survivals, an interactive, digital dissertation that explores contemporary conceptions of the repurposed movie theater. Across the United States, movie theaters have been converted into

Marquee

Forgotten Material Histories of Repurposed Movie Theaters

Presentation by Veronica Paredes (University of Southern California). This presentation will highlight one aspect of Marquee Survivals, an interactive, digital dissertation that explores contemporary conceptions of the repurposed movie theater. Across the United States, movie theaters have been converted into

Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley: Critiquing an Intermedial Network, circa 1900

Presentation by Keir Keightley (University of Western Ontario). To this day, the idea of the “alley” can figure modernity’s production of concentrated or interdependent industrial zones (e.g. Automation Alley in Detroit, Silicon Alley in New York). But the first such

Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley: Critiquing an Intermedial Network, circa 1900

Presentation by Keir Keightley (University of Western Ontario). To this day, the idea of the “alley” can figure modernity’s production of concentrated or interdependent industrial zones (e.g. Automation Alley in Detroit, Silicon Alley in New York). But the first such