Re: [Frameworks] The code of "Arnulf Rainer"

From: Lundgren (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jul 05 2010 - 15:42:10 PDT

I'm afraid I don't read german, but thank you.

Does anyone know of a similar english source?
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  The book was published by PVS Verleger and is distributed by the Austrian Film Museum.

  On Jul 5, 2010, at 3:37 PM, Media City wrote:

    Jutz, Gabriele and Tscherkassky, Peter (ed): Peter Kubelka, Austrian Film Museum (Vienna, 1995).

    If you purchase the book directly from the Austrian Film Museum it should come with poster size prints, not code-inscribed rocks, of Kubelka's scores. The book is in German.

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    On Jul 4, 2010, at 7:13 PM, Lundgren wrote:

      I remeber reading about Peter Kubelka saying something about that Arnulf
      Rainer was the only eternal film, that he would write down the
      concept/code/script/equation/whatever on a rock and then when all other
      works of cinema had faded away (by technical death or whatever) his could
      allways be recreated perfectly in its intended form.

      Anyway, what I was interested in was that form. Does anyone know if he ever
      spoke of the "code" or has anyone with access to a film copy been able to
      determine it?

      A secondary question is also this: What is the technical form of the

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