Re: [Frameworks] Experimental Editing - writings and films

From: Pip Chodorov <>
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2011 10:56:17 +0200

Good ideas, Yoel, and you make me remember Markopoulos, whose editing
of transitions between sequences was always astonishing, but now with
Robert Beavers' constructions of the Temenos series from Markopoulos'
writings, the editing is even more radical. Only a few people have
travelled to that lonesome field in Greece once every four years to
see these films, but I feel they deserve some critical writing.

At 11:47 +0300 4/08/11, Yoel Meranda wrote:
>Hey Patrick,
>Breer's REcreation (as an example of how some people think that the
>unit of cinema is frames, not shots, seems to me to be an obvious
>example). You could use Breer's own writing (or Kubelka's) as reading
>Also, I find the editing in Straub-Huillet very unique, I think they
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