In this short paper, I introduce the work of the artist
group Teaching and Learning Cinema, which reenacts
Expanded Cinema artworks from the 1960s
and 70s. I make a connection between sociality
(which binds together artists in collectives and
screening "clubs") and the issue of mediumspecificity.
Re-enacting Expanded Cinema, I suggest,
gently probes at the intersection of mediumspecificity
and sociality. This practice asks questions
about the material qualities of film, video and
performance, and the particular relations these
media carry across time and culture.