From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Nov 20 2007 - 13:33:41 PST
Matthias Mueller's "Alpsee"
Steina Vasulka's "Ptolemy" and "Orbital Obsessions"
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From: "Lawson" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 1:02 PM
Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] The Question About Space, Domestic and Otherwise.
> When you said domestic space I had a flash of images from
> PeterTscherkassky's "Happy-End" (1996): a baroque montage of
> technicolor interiors and what people will do in them, with classic
> Tscherkassky manipulations. Especially fascinating as it is all found
> On Nov 19, 2007 7:15 PM, BR <email suppressed> wrote:
>> Dearest Frameworkers,
>> Hello again. While I'm at it, I was wondering if I could pick your
>> collective brain about films/videos that deal with the representation and
>> alteration of domestic space (physical, emotional, etc). I'm putting
>> together a program of films for a gallery screening in the City of Broad
>> Shoulders, and while I've got a program picked out already, I was curious
>> to what else might be circling the A/V atmosphere. To give you a better
>> sense of what I'm asking, here's the constellation of films that I've
>> gathered thus far:
>> Wait by Ernie Gehr (7:00, 16mm, 1968)
>> Table by Ernie Gehr (16:00, 16mm, 1976)
>> House by Ben Rivers (6:00, 16mm, 2007)
>> Old Dark House by Ben Rivers (4:00, 16mm, 2007)
>> Dani Houses by Karl Heider (16:00, 16mm, 1963)
>> Footnotes to a House of Love by Laida Lertxundi (13:00, 16mm, 2007)
>> Babobilicons by Daina Krumins (16:00, 16mm, 1982)
>> The Fourth Watch by Janie Geiser (10:00, 16mm, 2000)
>> Red Swing by Leighton Pierce (8:00, 16mm, 1986)
>> Chinese Firedrill by Will Hindle (25:00, 16mm, 1968)
>> I'd be especially excited to hear the titles of whatever ethnographic
>> might be on the tips of your tongues...
>> Thanks In Advance,
>> Ben Russell
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