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  • DWOSKINO. The Gaze of Stephen Dwoskin

    Stephen Dwoskin (1939–2012) began his filmmaking career in the New York underground scene of the early 1960s, then moved to London in 1964, where he became a leading figure in avant-garde film, and was one of the founders of the London Filmmakers Co-operative (now LUX). His early works, such as Dyn Amo (1972), are synonymous with the male gaze.

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  • Horas iluminadas. Nathaniel Dorsky y Jerome Hiler

    Nathaniel Dorsky y Jerome Hiler se conocieron en 1964, en el estreno de la primera película de Dorsky, Ingreen. Este encuentro marcó el inicio de una vida en común, así como una serie de intensos intercambios creativos, que continúan hoy en día. Tras la primera trilogía de películas sonoras realizadas en su adolescencia, Dorsky comenzó a explorar las posibilidades del cine silente, así como la forma poética del llamado «montaje polivalente».

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  • Dore O - Figures of Absence

    DVD with 6 films by the German artist Dore O. Nekes

    Being located in the “antechamber of language, even of consciousness,” her newly restored films occupy a state of in-betweenness that cannot be easily interpreted nor approached verbally. Their associative stream of images and sounds acts as a deliberation on their sensuality. In a dream-like density and strange suspension of time, O.’s films induce a heightened sense of perception between hypnosis and clarity
    -Masha Matzke

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  • Film Talks: 15 Conversations on Experimental Cinema

    Film Talks is an edited collection of unique conversations on experimental cinema from a range of eminent and emerging film and video makers. The book represents a contemporary snapshot on the ways in which experimental cinema is perceived by its practitioners, often in relation to other art forms, moving image culture at large and wider social issues. It is an invaluable guide for those keen to immerse themselves in the insights and perspectives that only artists can offer.

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  • Agir le cinéma: Écrits sur le cinéma expérimental (1979-2020)

    An anthology of the theoretical and critical texts on experimental cinema and moving images written by Yann Beauvais in parallel with his films and his activities as programmer and curator.

    Yann Beauvais (born 1953 in France), as a teacher in United States, became conscious of the need to lead a "cultural battle".

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  • Expanded Visions: A New Anthropology of the Moving Image

    This book argues for a new anthropology of the moving image, bringing together an important range of essays on time-based media in the contemporary arts and anthropology.

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    Paperback - 34,99 GBP
    Hardback - 120 GBP
    Ebook - 34,99 GBP

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  • The Author As Producer Of Nothing

    The book includes the first publication of Gidal's text from 1978, with a new introduction. Gidal in this dense theoretical essay deals with the limits of language and representation in the practice of experimental filmmaking and writing. Considered as one of the most influential experimental filmmakers, Gidal's lost text “The Author as Producer of Nothing”, will give a new insight into the theoretical and political context to the artistic film practices.

    Afterword by Sezgin Boynik. Design by Ott Kagovere.

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  • Exploding Cinema 1991 - 1999: Culture and Democracy

    The Exploding Cinema is a collective of artists that produce what can be described as a hybrid fusion of projection, performance and social space. It began in South London in late 1991.

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  • Moments of Perception: Experimental Film in Canada

    Film is the art form of our times. It has formed the background of our lives, informed visual arts practices, and formed our culture’s stories, its memory.

    Moments of Perception is a landmark book. The first history of twentieth and early-twenty-first-century Canadian experimental filmmaking, it maps avant-garde films from the 1950s to the present day, including their contradictions and complexities.

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  • Research Art: glitches, poetics, typography and the aura of the digital

    This book is about margins and marginality in the art world as sources for critical engagements in the studio. It builds on the pioneering work of critical theorist and artist Michael Betancourt, who has used glitches as an integral part of his art since the early 1990s. This book presents his thinking about his own work linking theory and practice in a larger context of conceptual and theoretical concerns that are neither a statement of intentions, nor merely a subjective series of claims about past accomplishments.

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