Avant-garde filmmaker Bill Morrison has been making films that combine archival footage and contemporary music for decades, and he has recently begun to receive substantial recognition: he was the subject of a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, and his 2002 film Decasia was selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. This is the first book-length study of Morrison's work, covering the whole of his career.
- 95 EUR
Barbara Hammer is an American feminist artist known as a pioneer of queer experimental and documentary film. In concert with an exhibition of her work at the Leslie Homan Museum of Gay & Lesbian Art, this volume seeks to celebrate the depth and expanse of Hammer’s five decades of art making.
Uncollected Texts draws together a number of Carolee Schneemann’s earliest writings—many exceedingly rare and several that are published here for the first time—ranging from letters to the editor, dream journals, and film criticism, to satirical poems, detailed discussions of her art, and pointed feminist critiques. Edited by Branden W. Joseph, the book includes 30 texts by Carolee Schneemann written between 1956 and 1981, as well as an introduction by Joseph.
Holon is a flipbook that creates an illusion of motion when the pages are flipped through rapidly.
The images of this artist’s flip book are taken from an eponymous abstract film made by Christian Lebrat in 1982. The book can be turned over and flipped as well; the two directions correspond to the two sections of the film. It comes in a sleeve. The resulting artwork presents the film in another form.
A flip book for the curious, for collectors, for flipbook lovers.
Limited edition of 800 copies.
Classic and rare films by the "Father of Visual Music"
Harmonia, “harmonies,” analyzes the connections between glitch art, visual music, abstraction, and motion pictures. This collection is a chronological survey of glitch art pioneer Michael Betancourt’s artistic research into, around, and with digital motion pictures that theorizes and critiques visual music.
Price:Hardcover - 39,99 USDPaperback - 29,99 USD
Codes for North is a study of the early evolution of the Canadian avant-garde film and its roots in an aesthetic of difficulty. Stephen Broomer traces the evolution of this cinema through the work of three artists—Jack Chambers, Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland—from their early development as painters in the 1950s to the creation of their epic films: Reason Over Passion (1969), The Hart of London (1970), and La Region Centrale (1971). Their work formed in response to a strain of Neo-Dada that took root in southern Ontario in the late 1950s.
Light is a poem by beat poet and experimental filmmaker ruth weiss, written in 1976 in response to a series of light-shows by Elias Romero.
A new bilingual edition (English-French), translated, edited, designed, and published by STEREOEDITIONS is now available.
Bilingual edition (English-French) of ruth weiss' poem Light
Laser print on recycled silk paper, cyanotype cover.
50 copies (signed and numbered)
Including 3 films directed by Raphaël Bassan plus 2 bonus films directed by Michel Amarger & Frédérique Devaux and Viviane Vagh.
With a 43p. bilingual booklet in English & French.
- Le Départ d'Eurydice, 1969-2016 (new score: Jonathan Levine), mono, b&w, 11', 4:3
- Prétextes, 1971-2016 (new score: Jonathan Levine), mono, b&w, 13', 4:3
- Lucy en miroir, director's cut, 2003-2005, stereo, b&w color, 45', 16:9
Edición bilingüe en castellano e inglés / English and Spanish bilingual edition
ÍNDICE / INDEX
Una gota de agua pura basta para purificar un océano; una gota de agua impura basta para manchar un universo / Francisco Algarín Navarro
ENTREVISTA CON JEANNETTE MUÑOZ
Las piedras pueden ser pan y la arena azúcar / Vanessa Agudo Molina, Francisco Algarín Navarro, Blanca García
Price:20 EUR - Spain25 EUR - Europe28 EUR - Rest