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Author Hatfield, Jackie.

Title Experimental Film and Video : an Anthology
Published Bloomington, IN : John Libbey Publishing, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (302 pages)
Contents Cover; Contents; Foreword; Foreword; Introduction; SECTION I: Philosophies and Critical Histories of Avant-Garde Film and Current Practice; Chapter 1 Post Future Past Perfect; Chapter 2 Matter's Time Time For Material; Chapter 3 Films and Installations -- A Systems View of Nature; Chapter 4 A Line Through My Work; Chapter 5 A Few Notes on Filmmaking; Chapter 6 Film Noise Aesthetics; Chapter 7 Line Describing a Cone and Related Films; SECTION II: Languages of Representation in Film and Video: Thresholds of Materiality; Chapter 8 Trilogical Distractions
Chapter 17 Moving Parts: The Divergence of PracticeSECTION III: Philosophies and Critical Histories of Video Art to Cinema; Chapter 18 Mutation on a Form; Chapter 19 Video: Incorporeal, Incorporated; Chapter 20 Tamara Krikorian -- Defending the Frontier; Chapter 21 Another Place -- David Hall; Chapter 22 Alchemy and the Digital Imaginary; Chapter 23 Reflections on My Practice and Media Specificity; Chapter 24 Expanded Cinema -- Proto, Post-Photo; Chapter 25 Image Con Text (1978-2003): Film/Performance/Video/Digital; SECTION IV: Images
Chapter 9 The 'autoethnographic' in Chantal Akerman's News from Home, and an Analysis of Almost Out and Stages of MourningChapter 10 Film, The Body, The Fold An Interview with Nina Danino on Now I Am Yours; Chapter 11 Attitudes 1-8; Chapter 12 Video Works 1973-1983; Chapter 13 Early Video Tapes 1978-1987; Chapter 14 Andrew Kötting. What he does, how he does it and the context in which it has been done: An Alphabetarium of Kötting; Chapter 15 Ardent for Some Desperate Glory: Revisiting Smothering Dreams; Chapter 16 War Stories, or Why I Make Videos About Old Soldiers
Summary The past 40 years of technological innovation have significantly altered the materials of production and revolutionized the possibilities for experiment and exhibition. Not since the invention of film has there been such a critical period of major change in the imaging technologies accessible to artists. Bringing together key artists in film, video, and digital media, the anthology of Experimental Film and Video revisits the divergent philosophical and critical discourses of the 1970s and repositions these debates relative to contemporary practice. Forty artists have contributed images, and 25
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Subject Experimental films -- History and criticism.
Motion picture plays -- History and criticism.
Genre/Form Video art.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Littman, Stephen.
ISBN 0861969065 (electronic bk.)
9780861969067 (electronic bk.)