There are two pieces of writing which I currently use to position my own research. One of them is Angela Dalle Vacche's Cinema and Painting - How art is used in film (1996). Vacche makes some important points in her work. She writes, for instance, that "painting for the cinema constitutes a forbidden object of desire." (1) She goes on to say that "cinema has always had a tendency to challenge not just painting in isolation but rather the whole system of the arts." (3, my emphasis, reason for this will be clear in a . . .
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