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