Beyond the Surface: Cinema’s Baroque Flesh by Saige Walton

A Book Review by Jeremy Carr. Through the course of Cinema’s Baroque Flesh: Film, Phenomenology and the Art of Entanglement (Amsterdam University Press, 2016), author Saige Walton promotes several fascinating concepts. The originating contention is that cinema is a medium ideally suited to sensory manipulation and expansion, an evolving process linking the interface of human … Continue reading Beyond the Surface: Cinema’s Baroque Flesh by Saige Walton