Thanks to Professor Thomas Y. Levin for bringing his class, “Topics in German Film History and Theory – Cinema Philosophy: Aesthetics and Politics” to visit the Graphic Arts Collection.
“Conducted in English, this theory seminar explores issues of narration, representation, spectatorship, the historicity of perception, semiotics, etc. of importance to students in art history, visual arts, literature, music, history, philosophy, sociology and psychology as well as film and media history and theory.”
For more information on Princeton University’s film studies, courses, screening, and other special events see: http://filmstudies.princeton.edu/
For other posts involving our optical devices see: https://graphicarts.princeton.edu/category/pre-cinema-optical-devices/
An anamorphic print. Look into the cylinder and see Jules Verne.