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The Academy of Fine Arts Library’s silent audio-visual and study room can be used for watching films on a small screen with headphones on. The room cannot be booked and is therefore open to all customers during open hours.
Moving Image as source of information
Audiovisual material at Academy of Fine Arts
- The library’s audio-visual collection mainly consists of fine arts DVDs such as artist documentaries, video art and experimental cinema. The materials are principally lend out for 14 days. DVDs in Arsca.
- Art and Architecture in Video database includes documentaries and interviews from the field and can be streamed.
- If you need help for searching: http://search.alexanderstreet.com.ezproxy.uniarts.fi/help
- Artfilms Short films and documentaries especially on performing arts and fine arts.
Open access moving image sources
Books on Moving Image
Exhibiting the Moving Image by Since the 1990s, a 'cinematographic turn' has supposedly taken place in contemporary art paralleled by the emergence of a 'cinema of exhibition' during the same period.This collection of new essays investigates the relationships between the 'white cube' a
Publication Date: 2016-03-22
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