From: Patrick Friel (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 20 2010 - 14:17:27 PST
I don¹t recall her being mentioned, but Stephanie Barber¹s films and videos
frequently make significant use of on-screen and spoken text in cryptic,
poetic, unsettling, obtuse, and many other ways. Plus, they are great.
Also, Marcel Broodthaers¹ ³Le Corbeau et le Renard² (1967), viewable in a
not-horrible version (but not great, either) on ubu.com.
On 1/17/10 10:34 AM, "Kim Knowles" <email suppressed> 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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