Moving Image Topography

Moving Image Topography is Elisabeth Brun´s  long-term artistic-scientific research project exploring cinematic thinking as topography: that is, a thinking about structures of knowledge and experience,  through the textures and configurations of the moving image. It all started with the doctoral project Essay Film as Topography (2020), which develops a thinking model called Topographical Acts of Movement (TAM): a conceptual system which differentiates the topographical thinking of the moving image artist-thinker. Many of Brun´s projects are connected to this theoretical epicentre.

The dissertation is currently being reworked into a book. Get in touch if you would like a copy of the thesis.