RESEARCH ON THE POETICS, THE AESTHETICS AND THE TECHNIQUES OF VISION. FOR A HISTORY OF CINEMA BASED ON MAREY
Far from being clearly distinguished working spheres, both scientific and cinematic research explore and pose questions to concepts such as speed, time, memory, and perception. Not by chance many filmmakers have been inventors as well, and have created their own laboratories to carry out essays on images and sounds. For this reason, in this issue we want to approach the meeting points for poetic and technical research, and the ways camera and editing can be used either to know and reveal other visible worlds, or to explore the film material itself. These works show other possible paths for the History of Cinema, starting with Marey, among others, and his demonstration that cinema is not movement.