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Stephen Barber

is the author of twenty-five books, including seven novels, most recently White Noise Ballrooms and The Projectionists. Eadweard Muybridge and the Future Projections of the Moving Image. He has received several awards for his books, which have been translated into many languages, such as Japanese and Chinese. The Independent newspaper (London) once called him “the most dangerous man in Europe.” He is a professor at the Kingston School of Art, Kingston University, London, and a visiting research fellow at the Free University Berlin and Keio University Tokyo.
  • cultural history
  • Japanese aesthetics
  • media studies
  • literature
  • body
  • History of photography
  • aesthetics of film
  • performing arts
  • poetry
  • film experience
  • choreography
  • history of media
  • avant-garde