I think Bruce McClure's live 16mm performances have been some of the more
disorienting cinematic experiences I have had. It could also said that the
texts that he often hands out at his screenings could also have a dizzying
mental effect on the reader.


On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 10:11 AM, dan browne <safety...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Feel free to check out my recent project "memento mori" -- it offers up
> over 100,000 images in less than 30 minutes... www.mementomorifilm.com or
> https://vimeo.com/54265266
>
> Other works of possible interest:
>
> Seven Days, Windmill II - Chris Welsby
> Visions in Meditation II: Mesa Verde, Black Ice - Stan Brakhage
> Sydney Harbour Bridge - Paul Winkler
> Castro St. - Bruce Baillie
> Faux Mouvements - Pip Chodorov
>
> db
>
>
>  On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:01 AM, Anderwald + Grond
> > <cont...@anderwald-grond.at> wrote:
> >>
> >> Dear frameworkers,
> >> We are currently conceiving a research project, including film
> screenings,
> >> on the phenomenon of Dizziness/Disorientation seen as a resource for
> thought
> >> and artistic practice.
> >> Could you please recommend theory writings or artists' films and videos?
> >> Thank you!
> >> Ruth + Leo
> >>
> >> -------------
> >> Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond
>
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