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1971 | 04:20
Videofreex, Mes and Youse
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A wonderful and humorous example of early image processing, Parry Teasdale and Carol Vontobel perform to camera as their faces are morphed together, forming an image of one person.  The exercise is repeated by Nancy Cain and Skip Blumberg as...

 

Collection: New Releases, Videofreex Archive, Single Titles

Tags: art collective, film or videomaking, humor, image processing, performance, technology

Village, silenced
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A re-working of Humphrey Jenning's 1943 seminal docu-drama The Silent Village wherein coal miners from the Welsh village of Cwmgiedd re-enact the Nazi invasion and annihilation of the resisting Czech villagers of Lidice. Principal focus...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: film or videomaking, found footage, history, sound

Rima Yamazaki, JAMES CASEBERE and Landscape with Houses
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Since the mid1970s, James Casebere has been making photographs of tabletop models which he builds in his studio. The subject of his work ranges from suburban interiors to institutional structures, inspired by political events and social issues....

 

Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: artist portraits, artist spaces, documentary, interview, mixed media, photography, sculpture

The Advice Shape
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The sense that you are about to be shown something wrong lingers throughout this bizarre semi-narrative. Appropriated imagery of natural disasters, paper crafts, mutated animals, abject beauty and genocide form an exquisite corpse of uncanny...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: blu-ray, mental landscape