From: marilyn brakhage (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jan 17 2010 - 13:50:24 PST
In addition to "23rd Psalm Branch," which Fred Camper mentioned, there
were also several short, later Brakhage films that worked with image/
text: "I. . . Dreaming," "Untitled (For Marilyn)," "From: First Hymn
to the Night - Novalis," plus "Night Mulch" and "Very."
On 17-Jan-10, at 8:34 AM, Kim Knowles wrote:
> Dear Frameworkers,
> I'm doing some research into written text in experimental film and
> wondered if anyone had any suggestions of relevant works. The
> research is part of a project exploring cognitive responses to
> hybrid works of art combining text and image. I'm looking at films
> such as Peter Rose's 'Secondary Currents', Michael Snow's 'So Is
> This' and Hollis Frampton's 'Zorns Lemma'. I'd really appreciate any
> ideas on this, particularly in relation to contemporary practice. Is
> anyone currently working in this area?
> Many thanks!
> Kim Knowles
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