From: Esperanza Collado (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jun 21 2010 - 09:03:01 PDT
In 7 days I will have this issue "right there on my shelf", so if you dont
mind the wait -or if no one else emerges with help-, Ill be happy to do it.
I have used this quote before, and am curious to know what you are working
on (email suppressed).
May I invite you to read this
which I refer to Sharits' 'Statement'.
On 21 June 2010 17:39, Deke Dusinberre <email suppressed> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know Frameworks is not quite the right forum for this request, but I
> thought one of you might just have Film Culture #65–66 (1978) sitting right
> there on your shelf--it's a hassle to track down a copy in Paris, and I need
> the exact wording of two short phrases from Paul Sharits' "Statement." They
> are located on pages 79–80, according to my source. No desperate hurry.
> Below is my reverse-translation into English of a French translation of
> Sharits' prose.
> If anyone can effortlessly send me the accurate quotations, off list
> (address below), I'd be most grateful.
> ... a "democratic cinema" that "exists in an open, public, freely
> accessible space (this basic condition is automatically excluded by the
> materialism of commercial movies shown in theatrical, directional,
> illusionist venues)..."
> [The presentation format would] "not impose a predetermined viewing time
> (the spectator can come and go at will; the essential nature of the film
> should be obvious from the first glance, as obvious as Nature herself, so
> that the beholder does not have to wait for any so-called 'plot development
> Paul Sharits, ‘Statement Regarding Multiple Screen/Sound “Locational”
> Film Environments-Installation,' *Film Culture* 65–66 (1978), pp. 79–80.
> Many thanks in advance,
> Deke Dusinberre
> email suppressed
> Tel: (33-1) 42.54.38.05
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