Robert Rapoport

Robert Rapoport’s research looks at moving image production as a microcosm for the shifts brought on by the increasing implication algorithms in everyday life. His most recent films look at how iterative processes on set play off one another. In 2015 he completed PhD at the University of Oxford entitled: “The Iterative Frame Algorithmic Video Editing, Participant Observation & The Black-Box”. He has taught film theory at the Oxford Faculty of Modern Languages, as well as the History of Art Department and Sarah Lawrence Collge. He is currently a fellow at the DCRL at the University of Lüneberg. His work has shown in both galleries and festivals including the Ashmolean Museum, ICA London and the Hamburg Film Festival. See

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