The definitive book about one of the essential artists in modern cinema. Peter Kubelka, creator of radical masterpieces such as Arnulf Rainer (1958-60) and Our Trip to Africa (1966) is also known internationally for his work as a teacher-philosopher - con
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The life of an extraordinary New Zealander told for the first time. A charismatic personality Lye was a major New Zealand artist and a leading figure in international modernism who lived in London and New York but always retained a South Pacific energy an
A relational [video] grammar: extrapolation is an editing experiment that uses drawing and the addition/reconfiguration/obliteration of text to examine speech generated during the making of direct address to camera, within a context of artists’ film and video. a relational [video] grammar: extrapolation tests the conceptual relationships between linguistic and technological editing processes.
An extensive overview of the oeuvre of one of the masters of experimental cinema, including a complete chronology of the cineast's work and life as well as newly commissioned contributions by Andrea Bellini, Ken Eisenstein, John Hanhardt, and a visual essay by the artist.
Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève from January to April 2015.
Fiftieth anniversary reissue of the founding media studies book that helped establish media art as a cultural category.
Price:Paperback - 34,95 USDEbook - 33,99 USDHardcover - 110 USD
Classic and rare films by the "Father of Visual Music"
Junk; Ai (Love); On Eye Rape; A Dance Party in the Kingdom of Lilliput. Four films from one of the first generation of NY underground experimental filmmakers, films from a golden age of experimentation.
Contains Tabula Smaragdina (1996-2010), Arktis (2004), Yamanote Lightblast (2006), Zagreb Tram Station (2009) and Liquid movements (2011).
Los Angeles has nourished a dazzling array of independent cinemas: avant-garde and art cinema, ethnic and industrial films, pornography, documentaries, and many other far-flung corners of film culture. This glorious panoramic history of film production outside the commercial studio system reconfigures Los Angeles, rather than New York, as the true center of avant-garde cinema in the United States.
The past three decades have seen the rapid and vibrant growth of video art in Britain, but there has been little detailed analysis or critical recognition of this work. This book attempts to redress this imbalance by bringing together a collection of essa