Ten Skies, 13 Lakes, 15 Pools - Structure, Immanence and Eco-Aesthetics in The Swimmer and James Benning's Land Films

An exploration of eco-aesthetics in James Benning's work - uses various Deleuzian and Deleuzo-Guattarian concepts, unobtrusively, such as the plane of immanence, the time-image, and so on.

Citation: 
Silke Panse, Ten Skies, 13 Lakes, 15 Pools - Structure, Immanence and Eco-Aesthetics in The Swimmer and James Benning's Land Films, in Anat Pick & Guinevere Narraway (eds.), Screening Nature. Oxford: Berghahn, 2013, pp. 37-59.
Title of Book: 
Screening Nature: Cinema Beyond the Human
Author: 
Panse, Silke