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A history of experimental film and video

from canonical avant-garde to contemporary British practice

by A. L. Rees

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Published by BFI Publishing in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Experimental films -- History and criticism,
    • Experimental films -- Great Britain -- History and criticism

    • Edition Notes

      StatementA.L. Rees
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1995.9.E96 R39 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 152 p., 32 p. of plates
      Number of Pages152
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL124452M
      ISBN 100851706843, 0851706819
      LC Control Number99495134

      Get this from a library! A history of experimental film and video: from the canonical avant-garde to contemporary British practice. [A L Rees] -- "This new edition covers the history of avante-garde film and video, ranging from Cezanne and dada, via Cocteau, Brakhage and Le Grice, to the new wave of British video artists in the s. The. Resources []. UbuWeb: Film & Video, an excellent archive of experimental film and video.; Electronic Arts Intermix, a resource for video and media art, founded in ; LuxOnline, a web resource for exploring British based artists’ film and video in-depth.. The Luxonline Histories lists key events, places, people and exhibitions which have contextualised and contributed to the .

      Created Date: 8/17/ PM. Avant-garde film is almost indefinable. It is in a constant state of change and redefinition. In his highly acclaimed history of experimental film, A.L. Rees tracks the movement of the film avant garde between the cinema and modern art (with its postmodern coda).

      Many of the seminal texts of US experimental film history, such as P. Adams Sitney's Visionary Film, begin with a discussion of the production of Maya Deren's Meshes of the Afternoon (). More recent scholarly work, however, has unearthed a vibrant post–World.   “Gemma Files has one of the great dark imaginations in fiction—visionary, transgressive, and totally original. With this new novel [ Experimental Film], Files explores the world of film and horror in a way that will leave you reeling. A Brand: ChiZine Publications.


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This book is aimed at a wide non-specialist readership and has a broadly linear structure divided into short, headed sections rather than chapters, to draw out the diverse ideas, themes and technologies of experimental film.

While locating film and video as art movements, Rees also describes their many links to – and divergences from – commercial. This is the first major history of avant-garde film and video to be published in more than twenty years.

Ranging from Cezanne and dada, via Cocteau, Brakhage and Le Grice, to the new wave of British video artists in the 90s, this remarkable study will introduce a generation of new readers to avant-garde film as well as provoking students and specialists to further reflection and.

This new edition covers the history of avante-garde film and video, ranging from Cezanne and dada, via Cocteau, Brakhage and Le Grice, to the new wave of British video artists in the s. The author also reconstitutes the avante-garde film as an independent form of art practice with its own internal logic and aesthetic discourse.

This is the first major history of avant-garde film and video to be published in more than twenty years. Ranging from Cezanne and dada, via Cocteau, Brakhage and Le Grice, to the new wave of British video artists in the 90s, this remarkable study will introduce a generation of new readers to avant-garde film as well as provoking students and.

In his highly-acclaimed history of experimental film, A.L. Rees tracks the movement of the film avant-garde between the cinema and modern art (with its postmodern coda). But he also reconstitutes the film avant-garde as an independent form of art practice with its own internal logic and aesthetic discourse/5(7).

But he also reconstitutes the film avant-garde as an independent form of art practice with its own internal logic and aesthetic discourse. This is the first major history of avant-garde film and video /5(47).

A History of Experimental Film and Video: From the Canonical Avant-garde to Contemporary British Practice. Avant-garde film is almost indefinable. It is in a constant state of change. Avant-garde film is almost indefinable. It is in a constant state of change and redefinition.

In his highly-acclaimed history of experimental film, A.L. Rees tracks the movement of the film avant-garde between the cinema and modern art (with its postmodern coda).

But he also reconstitutes the film avant-garde as an independent form of art practice. In his highly-acclaimed history of experimental film, A.L. Rees tracks the movement of the film avant-garde between the cinema and modern art (with its postmodern coda). But he also reconstitutes the film avant-garde as an independent form of art practice with its own internal logic and aesthetic discourse/5(8).

Along with an introduction by Jackie Hatfield and forewords by Sean Cubitt and Al Rees, this illustrated anthology includes interviews and recent essays by filmmakers, video artists, and pioneers of interactive cinema.

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The world of experimental or avant-garde (vanguard) cinema has a history just as rich as narrative film (it could be said that the two run on parallel tracks). While usually associated with European filmmakers, America has its own rich tradition of avant-garde and experimental filmmakers.

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Experimental Film and Video opens upThe past 40 years of technological innovation have significantly altered the materials of production and revolutionized the possibilities for experiment and exhibition.

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The author also reconstitutes the avante-garde film as an independent form of art practice with its own internal logic and aesthetic discourse.From this contemporary vantage point, After Uniqueness traces the ambivalence of reproducibility through the intersecting histories of experimental cinema and the moving image in art, examining how artists, filmmakers, and theorists have found in the copy a utopian promise or a dangerous inauthenticity—or both at once.