스크리닝 룸: 스탠디시 라우더 & 스탠리 카벨 Screening Room:  Standish Lawder & Stanley Cavell

스크리닝 룸: 스탠디시 라우더 & 스탠리 카벨 Screening Room:  Standish Lawder & Stanley Cavell

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USA / 1973 / Color / Sound / 74min / SD

Description
Professor of art history, photographer, and inventor Standish Lawder and distinguished philosopher Stanley Cavell visited Screening Room in January 1973. During the early year’s of Screening Room. Gardner often asked filmmaker guests to bring their filmmaking equipment to Boston and to demonstrate its uses. Here, Lawder demonstrates his home-made optical printer and screens his films as he, Gardner, and Cavell discuss the intellectual and psychological implications of his filmic manipulations.

Bio
스탠디시 로더 Standish Lawder (1936~2014)
Standish Lawder died on June 21, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Standish Lawder attended Williams College and the National Autonomous University of Mexico as an undergraduate, studied at the University of Munich, and received his PhD in art history from Yale University where his thesis dealt with relationships between modern art and film during the teens and 20's. He has also written on other aspects of film history, principally Griffith, Eisenstein, and the German Expressionist cinema. As an artist, Lawder worked as a painter until about 1962 when he became involved in projected light art, multi-media photography and film. Lawder made about twenty-five films which have been screened at numerous film festivals and museums including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and others. He conducted research on the nature of optical space and the psychology and physiology of perception with a particular interest in stereoscopy. For the production of his first two films, Runaway and Corridor, Lawder built his own contact printer using a incandescent light bulb housed within a coffee can. With it, he would expose his films by manipulating the brightness of the light bulb, then shined the beam it created through the flashlight tube to the film gate of his camera.

스탠리 카벨 Stanley Cavell (1926~2018)
현대 미국을 대표하는 철학자로 1926년 조지아 주 아틀란타에서 태어났다. 1947년 UC 버클리에서 학사(음악 전공)를 받았고 1961년 하바드에서 철학 전공으로 박사 학위를 받았다. 1963년부터 하바드대에서 철학을 가르쳤으며 미국철학회 회장을 역임하기도 했다. 일상언어의 철학에서 출발했지만 특정의 학파에 속하지 않으면서 미학, 문학비평, 정치, 영화와 오페라 등에 대해 글을 쓰면서 철학의 탐구 영역을 넓혔고 생활과 교육이 의미하는 것의 철학적 비전을 탐구하기도 했다. 에머슨과 소로우가 가진 철학적 함의에 대한 재평가를 통해 ‘미국적 철학’을 구축하는데 큰 기여를 했다.
Stanley Cavell received his A.B. in music from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D., in philosophy, from Harvard.  After teaching at Berkeley for six years, he returned to Harvard in 1963, where he was named the Walter M. Cabot Professor of Aesthetics and the General Theory of Value, a position he held until 1997, when he became Professor Emeritus. His major interests center on the intersection of the analytical tradition (especially the work of Austin and Wittgenstein) with moments of the Continental tradition (for  example, Heidegger and Nietzsche); with American philosophy (especially Emerson and Thoreau); with the arts (for example, Shakespeare, film and opera); and with psychoanalysis.

He has published eighteen books, including Must We Mean What We Say?  (1969); The World Viewed: Reflections on the Ontology of Film (1971); The Senses of Walden (1972); The Claim of Reason (1979); Pursuits of Happiness: The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage (1981); Disowning Knowledge: In Six Plays of Shakespeare (1987); Philosophical Passages: Wittgenstein, Emerson, Austin, Derrida (1995); Cities of Words (2004); and his memoir, Little Did I Know, appeared in the fall of 2010.  

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