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Kerstin Stutterheim, screening and discussion of "The Goldberg Condition: A Forgotten Media Innovator"

Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 6:00pm

Filmmaker and scholar, Dr. Kerstin Stutterheim (Bournemouth University)

moderates this discussion and screening of

The Goldberg Condition: A Forgotten Media Innovator

Location: McMaster, Room 214 

As scholar Michael Buckland notes, Emanuel Goldberg was "a chemist, inventor, and industrialist who contributed to almost all aspects of imaging technology in the first half of the twentieth century: photographic sensitometry, reprographics, standardized film speeds, color printing (moiré effect), aerial photography, extreme microphotography (microdots), optics, camera design (the Contax), the important, early hand-held Kinamo movie camera, and early television technology." 


Free and open to the public. Pdf files for both an announcement and poster are available at the links below. 

Sponsored by The University of South Carolina Program in Film and Media Studies, The School of Visual Art and Design (SVAD), Carolina International House at Maxcy College, The Walker Institute, and the programs in Jewish Studies and German.

PDF icon Stutterheim screening announcement
PDF icon Stutterheim screening poster