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Eye Candy 13

Eye Candy 13

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Published by Jose Hernandez

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Published by: Jose Hernandez on Feb 24, 2009
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09/30/2012

 
Interested in...
Joining eyecandy?
Please contact Jose Hernandez jozecuervo@jozecuervo.comcell: 831-818-5505Please contact Eric Rivera, Advertising Manager erivera@ucsc.eduhome: 831-420-1712
Advertising with eyecandy?
We will be holding meetings and putting together another issue over the summer for fall quarter. We are looking for undergrad and graduate
writers and bloggers
 interested in:Film and Television, Digital Media, Architecture, Electronic Music, Art, Photog-raphy and/or Modern Culture and Communication. We are also looking for a
neweditor
, assistant editors and print and web production staff. Eligible for credit.
Our rates are very reasonable.
 
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eyecandy 
eyecandy 
is a quarterly, student-run film and digital media journal founded in the fall of 1999.
eyecandy 
focuses on analyti-cal, critical, and theoretical issues in film and digital media, asopposed to the more evaluative criticism found in popular press.
eyecandy 
examines film and digital media in relation to othersignificant issues such as art form, social and cultural theoryand politics. Above all,
eyecandy 
is a forum for writers from allfields to discuss and raise issues about film and digital media asa popular phenomenon and area of critical study.
eyecandy 
is published at the end of each academic quarter(November, March, & June) and is available by postal subscrip-tion for a $25 donation per year. POSTMASTER: Send addresschanges to Student Press Center, UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA,95064.All images contained within are copyright and property of theirrespective owners. Articles represent the expressed opinionsof individual writers and not necessarily those of the Film andDigital Media Department, UC Santa Cruz, or the Universityof California. Please direct all inquiries to The Student PressCenter, UCSC.
Special Thanks:
UCSC Film and Digital Media,Robin Chanin and Marlene Olson @ Student MediaAlphagraphics - 525 Laurel Street, Santa CruzApple Computer Corp. and Baytree BookstoreTable of contents images (top to bottom): Undefined;Poster for
, Fritz Lang; A scene from
My Best Friend’s Wedding 
; JohnWaters. Cover Image Artwork: Jose M. Hernandez
Please visit 
eyecandy 
on the web for additional content and an archive of past issues.
http://eyecandy.ucsc.edu
Film, Digital Media, Electronic MusicUniversity of California, Santa Cruz,
Summer 2004 
Supreme Bureaucrat:Co-Edtors:Advertising Manager:ProductionWeb ProductionArtist:Writing Staff:Advisor:
Jose M. Hernandezjozecuervo@jozecuervo.comLucia Blanchet-FrickeClinton OrmanEric Riveraerivera@ucsc.eduSuzanne KarnesMichael DiCenzoEleanor BiddleTyson DaiElizabeth AmbroseEleanor BiddleLucia Blanchet-FrickeSummer SullivanDavid Crane
John Waters:
 Warhol or Jackass
by Summer Sullivan
Caught in theSpider’s Webs
by Elizabeth Ambrose
0402
Theory as an Act of Love
by Lucia Blanchet-Fricke
08
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Gays on Display
by Ellie Biddle
06
{film}
 
John Waters
(photo courtesy of ART21)ART:21 - ART IN THETWENTY-FIRST CENTURY,This is an image from SeasonTwo of John Waters in the Studiowhere he opens program 5 with amonologue.http://www.pbs.org/art21/ COVER IMAGEPhotograph by Peter Krogh

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