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  • Jorge Honik: Experimental Films 1968-1975

    Like the still-shining light from a dead star, the films Jorge Honik meticulously constructed during the 1960s and 70s continue to strike the present of his imagination with all the force of forty years ago. -Pablo Marín

    There are 50 numbered silkscreen copies of this limited edition, completely bilingual (English–Spanish) production, which includes seven of Honik's Super 8 films. Printed and produced in New York City in 2014.

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    Average: 4.4 (7 votes)

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    59.99 USD

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  • Michael Snow - Rameau's Nephew by Diderot (Thanx to Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen

    Each of Michael Snow's works, spanning across painting, sculpture, video, film, photography, holography, drawing, publishing and music, invites us to experience, question and contemplate the representation, its process and material. Rameau's Nephew by Diderot (Thanx to Dennis Young) by Wilma Schoen illustrates his research both in the visual arts and in sound: "For me, it is an authentic 'talking picture,' built from the true units of the syllable and the frame. All the possible image/sound relationships centering around people and speech generate the movie-audience relationships: a wide range of emotional possibilities; the experience of seeing/hearing this film. 'Speech,' 'Language,' 'Culture' - their sources, their nature... recorded, imaged, prove (?) that in this case a word is worth 1000 pictures.

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    Average: 4.4 (5 votes)

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    69 EUR

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  • “We Support Everything since the Dawn of Time That Has Struggled and Still Struggles”. Introduction to Lettrist Cinema

    The Lettrist movement is unique in the history of avant-garde formations. Founded by Isidore Isou in Paris immediately after World War II, it remains active to this day, having lost none of its radicalism, either aesthetic or ethical. In this book, Nicole Brenez presents the key figures and the basic concepts of Lettrist cinema, the art form within which their formal innovations proved the most far-reaching, prefiguring the breakthroughs of the nouvelle vague and the experiments of expanded cinema.

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    Average: 4.4 (5 votes)

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    8 EUR

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  • Dialéctica en suspenso: Argentine Experimental film and video

    The antennae collection is proud to announce the release of the inaugural publication, Dialéctica en suspenso: Argentine Experimental Film and Video, a selection of eighteen works compiled by contemporary Argentine artists and film and video specialists Pablo Marín and Andres Denegri. One of the DVDs exhibits nine films created by different authors whose works were shot and presented on super 8mm and 16mm film. The other DVD contains nine videos created by different authors whose works were produced with a range of mediums (film, and/or other electronic forms) and presented on video. The Box set includes a 230 page bilingual book that presents essays written by the compilators, comprehensive biographical information about the artists and additional content related to Argentine experimental film and video.

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    Average: 4.4 (8 votes)

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    79.95 USD

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  • Emmanuelle Nègre - 1448

    1448, by Emmanuelle Nègre
    03‘ 30‘‘
    35 mm Found Footage Digitized
    Sound: Paul Blackburn & Emmanuelle Nègre

    This film is a short animation made from 1448 found photograms.

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    20 EUR

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  • Boris Lehman - Histoire de ma vie racontée par mes photographies

    Taking photos and making films are two ways of touching people. People have become the main subject of my collections. Collecting is much like an act of faith. It is a creative act, a chance to discover oneself, while at the same time participating in other's passions.

    My photographs -and my films- seek out human contact, and they find it.

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    32 EUR

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  • Looking for Bruce Conner

    In a career that spanned five decades, most of them spent in San Francisco, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) produced a unique body of work that refused to be contained by medium or style. Whether making found-footage films, hallucinatory ink-blot graphics, enigmatic collages, or assemblages from castoffs, Conner took up genres as quickly as he abandoned them. His movements within San Francisco’s counter-cultural scenes were similarly free-wheeling; at home in beat poetry, punk music, and underground film circles, he never completely belonged to any of them. Bruce Conner belonged to Bruce Conner. Twice he announced his own death; during the last years of his life he produced a series of pseudonymous works after announcing his “retirement.” In this first book-length study of Conner’s enormously influential but insufficiently understood career, Kevin Hatch explores Conner’s work as well as his position on the geographical, cultural, and critical margins.

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    29.95 USD

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  • The Brakhage Lectures

    A l'occasion d'un séminaire à l'école de l'Art Institute of Chicago, en 1970-71, le cinéaste commente l'oeuvre de grands noms du cinéma : Georges Méliès, David W. Griffith, Carl Th. Dreyer, et Sergueï Eisenstein. Le temps de quatre biographies poétiques,

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    13.00 EUR

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  • Angular Volume 1

    Compilation of experimental cinema and artist-made videos selected from the participants of the call made by the publisher. The DVD includes a printed booklet with analytical texts on the works selected and also critical essays, written by specialists and programmers.

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    - Stephen Broomer
    Spirits in Season (16 mm, 12 min., 2012, Canada)

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    35 EUR

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  • James Benning - natural history & Ruhr

    Since the late 1970s, James Benning's films have been a regular fixture at festivals in Germany and Austria, while frequent television broadcasts have helped expose his work to an even larger audience here than perhaps at home. This 2-disc set presents the products of this intercontinental relationship: Ruhr, Benning's first foray into digital filmmaking, is a modern-day "city symphony" dedicated to Germany's industrial Ruhr district. His latest work, natural history, is an audiovisual portrait commissioned by Vienna's Natural History Museum. Reinhard Wulf's feature-length documentary James Benning: Circling the Image, produced for German television, rounds off the set.

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    Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

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    29,95 EUR

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