Re: Time

From: Shane Christian Eason (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Apr 17 2007 - 12:28:48 PDT


Ingo P.,
Two publications might assist you. The First is CAMERA LUCIDA, Roland Barthes, 1980. The second
is WAYS OF SEEING, John Berger, 1972. Each publications is short and to the point. Most
chapters (in each) can be implemented into Film Theory and Film Aesthetics as well as a number of
other art mediums. I use the publications as text/reference for teaching Experimental Film and
Video Production and often ask the students to acquire them. As well, there is a number of
examples in film, video and media installation that deals with "reel/real time" that you are
probably aware of: such as EMPIRE (1964) by Andy Warhol, WAVELENGTH (1966) by Michael Snow and
Video Installation Work by David Hall. Good luck and I hope this assists you.
Shane

--- Ingo Petzke <email suppressed> wrote:

> Anyone out there with a suggestion for a good introductory text to the
> concept of time in Experimental Film?
>
> Ingo P.
>
>
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Shane Christian Eason, BFA; MFA
Florida Atlantic University
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters
School of Communication and Multimedia Studies

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