Would works like Vanderbeek's symmetrics or the Whitney's films using analogue
computers count as the kind of remediation you're interested in? Sorry if
they've been mentioned already.
I could also see the work of Noisefold, though not filmic, being loosely in the
bounds you set out.
If it's not too tacky, I'd suggest my two projector film Second Hermeneutic,
which produces sound from a component video feed modulated by the visual
content of the twin 16mm projections. https://vimeo.com/77375115
I'm currently working on a couple of works that use custom software to make
similar remediations and interactions in conjunction with the video feed. I'll
be performing these soon and will have documentation if anyone is curious.
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2014 10:43:20 -0400
From: Andy Ditzler <a...@andyditzler.com>
To: Experimental Film Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Films about remediation
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Common examples of film containing/being contained by still photography
would include (spoiler alert) Wavelength's reduction of film to a still
photograph in its final minutes (mirroring the still images on the film
strip), and Morgan Fisher's Production Stills, which photo-documents its
own making. Also check David MacDougall's Photo-Wallahs. Malcolm LeGrice's
performance of After Leonardo 73-13 at Eyebeam last November centered on
multiple (live) video reproductions of a magazine reproduction of the Mona
Lisa. Warhol's Screen Tests are filmic meditations on an (ostensibly)
unmoving subject per still photography portraiture. Scott Stark's Angel
Beach and Posers, as well. Too many others to mention!
Warhol's Outer and Inner Space is a classic film/video merger.
Many of Yoko Ono's film scripts cannot necessarily be realized as films and
must be performed rather than filmed.
A recent Contraband Cinema show here in Atlanta presented some newer
VCR-derived digital work:
Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, Emory University
On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 4:16 AM, Kim Knowles
> Dear Frameworkers,
> Does anyone have any suggestions of films that involve remediation of
> some sort? I'm thinking the fusion of analogue-digital (which I've posted
> about before so I have some titles already - Shambhavi Kaul's *Scene 32*,
> Thorsten Fleisch's *Wound Footage*, Jurgen Reble, Dietmar Brehm), but I'm
> also interested in earlier examples of one medium/format being contained
> within or reworked by another medium, for example Martine Rousset's
> *Chants *or Malcolm Le Grice's *Little Dog For Roger*. Any suggestions
> would be greatly appreciated!
> Many thanks
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