[-empyre-] Week Three Guests: Bernagozzi (x2), Bainbridge, Turim

Murat Nemet-Nejat muratnn at gmail.com
Mon Sep 28 03:37:38 AEST 2015

One question: how much were these experiments influenced (or used as
starting points) film techniques such as zooms, fades, etc. ?


On Sun, Sep 27, 2015 at 12:54 PM, Turim,Maureen Cheryn <mturim at ufl.edu>

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> I enjoyed Jason's comments on the Woobulator, and the function of the
> machine as device for revising the image.  I welcome Murita's observation
> that cinema has many different potential epistemologies, depending on how
> its deployed.  I think the exhibit, by displaying the plans for the
> devices, the actual machinery, and the works produced by artists in
> residence, does justice to the sense watching the process unfold that
> artists were not just using tools, but working to engage technologies that
> had their own creative and deconstructive potentials.  In other word the
> machines needed to be read, a phrase Scott Nygren and I used in writing
> about work of the Vasulkas.
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