Re: Maxwell, Wittgenstein, Sacks... Reading suggestions on color?

From: Philip Hood (email suppressed)
Date: Thu May 18 2006 - 16:10:15 PDT

hi saul,

I did some searching around, and in worldcat,
it says that there's a copy of there are like 4 copies
of this in publicly available us libraries, one being
harvard, the others apparently on the west coast.
And from searching the harvard on-line library catalogs,
it looks as though, indeed, its there and sitting on
a shelf at the widener library - you can find the citation
by searching in hollis for 'brenez, nicole'
... although it looks like its in french - maybe there's
an article or so somewhere - I'll see if I can get it
here in new york via interlibrary loan, but I've got a
feeling that I needn't hold my breath.

during another day where I have some time, I'll try to
drop into the local libraries here to see the issue
65 on sharits of film culture & see if I can snag anything
for everyone.


On Thu, 18 May 2006, saul ostrow wrote:

> Is this in English
> Saul Ostrow
> Visual Arts and Technologies
> The Cleveland Institute of Art
>> From: Pip Chodorov <email suppressed>
>> Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 23:09:48 +0200
>> Subject: Re: Maxwell, Wittgenstein, Sacks... Reading suggestions on color?
>> Nicole Brenez and Miles McKane co-edited "La Poetique de la Couleur"
>> for the Louvre in 1995 with articles about color in experimental film
>> from the makers themselves, such as Cantrills, Carl Brown, Martine
>> Rousset, etc.
>> -Pip Chodorov
>>> There was a whole issue of Film Culture devoted to Sharits and his
>>> writings. Number 65?

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