Max Bowens

Max Bowens

Graduate Student in Film and Visual Studies
Film Study Center Fellow
Max Bowens
Max Bowens is a filmmaker and second-year PhD Candidate in Film and Visual Studies, in pursuit of secondary fields in Anthropology and Critical Media Practice. His current work focuses on earth energies, scientific visualizations, eco-aesthetics, and the potentialities of anthropocenic ethnography. Before joining the AFVS Department, he worked extensively as a film editor for Terrence Malick and Amiel Courtin-Wilson. His theoretical work has been published in Film-PhilosophyFilm Criticism, and The Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Platform with research on new materialist phenomenologies, sensory ethnography, dissonance (musical/filmic), and music visualization technologies. Max is a current Film Study Center Fellow, and holds a M.St. from The University of Oxford, and a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.

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