Controlling Agent: Artist and Spectator in the Film Actions of Gill Eatherley and Annabel Nicolson

Reynolds, L. 2015. Controlling Agent: Artist and Spectator in the Film Actions of Gill Eatherley and Annabel Nicolson. in: Bovier, F. and Mey, A. (ed.) Cinéma Exposé/Exhibited Cinema Lausanne, Dijon ECAL.

Chapter titleControlling Agent: Artist and Spectator in the Film Actions of Gill Eatherley and Annabel Nicolson
AuthorsReynolds, L.
EditorsBovier, F. and Mey, A.
Keywordsexpanded cinema, feminism, spectatorship, sound
Book titleCinéma Exposé/Exhibited Cinema
Year2015
PublisherECAL
Filelucy_reynolds_controlling agent accepted copy.pdf
Publication dates
PublishedMay 2015
Place of publicationLausanne, Dijon
ISBN9782839914048

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