On Object Oriented Ontology

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On the camera body reimagined
Gabor Osz – L’horizon liquid no 4 (199) – Bunker
Mr. Pippen – Laundromat Locomotion (1998) – Washing machine
Jean-Francois Lecourt – la balle cree l’image (1997) – shooting box
Paolo Giolo – poing contre moi meme (1989) – fist
Thomas Bachler – Das dritte Auge (1998) le troisieme oeil – mouth
Anonyme – Portrait de P. (2006)
Adam Donnelly – site specific camera
s Michael Farrell – straw camera http://strawcamera.com/
On the camera’s depersonified gaze
AGO film – student dragging roll of film
James Bridle - drones
Trevor Paglen – drone
Barber – drone

Peng Hung-Chih – One Eyeball https://www.artbasel.com/catalog/artwork/32726/Peng-Hung-Chih-One-Eye-Ball
Dana Michelle Hemes – animal-human installations https://www.danamichelehemes.com/
Jozef Robakowski – the machine/camera gaze in structuralist cinema http://tpm.artmuseum.pl/en/filmoteka/praca/robakowski-jozef-ide

Octopus taking pictures (?)

Skepticism Films: Knowing and Doubting the World in Contemporary Cinema By Philipp Schmerheim
Non relational aesthetics – Graham Harman: https://www.ica.art/whats-on/graham-harman-objects-and-arts Read: The Third Table
The End of Phenomenology: Metaphysics and the New Realism By Tom Sparrow
Alien Phenomenology – Ian Bogost https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265958195_Alien_Phenomenology_or_What_It%27s_Like_to_Be_a_Thing_by_Ian_Bogost_review
Drone Aesthetics - Eugénie Shinkle
From Dust Till Drone: Roomba Aesthetics And Non-Human Cinema
Neta Alexander / New York University https://www.flowjournal.org/2017/03/from-dust-till-drone/
When the Heavenly Gaze Criminalises: Satellite Surveillance, Land Clearance Regulation and the Human-Nature Relationship" - Bartel, Robyn " http://www5.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/CICrimJust/2005/5.html
Para-Sights: Multiplied Perspectives on Surveillance Research in Art Educational Spaces," Robert W. Sweeny,
On the gaze - https://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/mediatheory/keywords/gaze/

Non anthropocentric view
Object Oriented Ontology
Non-human phenomenology
Non-relational aesthetics
Physicality of body influences image plus our perception of the image
How body can produce different frames/lighting etc
Drone paper
Camera ability to capture that through nonhuman embodiment
Ex: Roomba, bird’s eye view, terminator, enter the void
The camera view allows one to experience philosophy rather than merely conceptualize it. (Schmerheim)
Camer’as perspective becomes expression of mental states and different consciousness (animal, post-mortem) (Schmerheim)
Self-conscious camera as key characteristic
Must experience phenomenology of camera [or non anthropocentric view] to understand the camera (Sparrow p 171)
Notes altered by surface of moon – what is equivalent for film