From: anja ross (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Aug 15 2010 - 07:35:41 PDT
Hello Madison Brookshire,
Thanks for this link:
To mention: *The viewer is not responsible for programming------
*More important: what is doing the television with our perception of
pictures! Quit amusing this contrastprogramme! Perhaps the choice of music
isd nowadays not the right one: Peng! PENG!*
*A good day, Anja
2010/8/15 Madison Brookshire <email suppressed>
> Richard Serra made two pieces specifically for television. The first
> is made with Carlota Schoolma and is called "Television Delivers
> People" (1973); the second was made with Nancy Holt and is called
> "Boomerang" (1974).
> Boomerang is a masterpiece; Television Delivers People can be seen
> here: http://artforum.com/video/mode=large&id=23036
> Madison Brookshire
> On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 1:59 PM, Mads Mikkelsen <email suppressed>
> > Hello everybody.
> > I am working on a series on avantgarde / "auteur" television for a
> > documentary film festival in November:
> > The idea is to present programmes made for television (i.e. "inside the
> > system") by creative/critical minds in various genres within the broad
> > category of "non-fiction". Some key names would be Adam Curtis,
> > Godard/Miéville, Ian Breakwell, Glenn O' Brien, Jaime Davidovich, Robert
> > Gardner, et al.
> > Any further suggestions are greatly appreciated - especially
> > programmes from beyond the US / UK, as restricted archival access and
> > language barriers makes international research difficult.
> > Thank you.
> > Mads
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