And which, of course, gets transmuted into the famous Vorkapic (or vorkapich) 
sequences in Hollywood films like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and Meet John 

On Apr 21, 2014, at 1:24 PM, Francisco Torres 
<<>> wrote:

The Soviets, especially  Vertov and Eisenstein, included superimposition in the 
montage techniques.

''In Eisenstein's words, the superimposition of distinct visual and audio 
effects "doubles up" the power of each component, thus "squaring" the final 
Eisenstein at 100: A Reconsideration - Page 95 

On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 9:57 PM, Beebe, Roger W. 
<<>> wrote:
Leighton Pierce has made a career of finding ways to “overcome the cut” as he 
once put it, primarily by using very complex systems of superimposition.  Some 
of his work can be found on his Vimeo channel.  There’s of course a long 
history of superimposition in experimental cinema—“Fall of the House of Usher” 
and “Lot in Sodom” are both early masterpieces in that idiom—but I’m supposed 
to be grading, so I really can’t fall down this rabbit hole now!


On Apr 17, 2014, at 9:50 PM, Kerekes Anna 
<<>> wrote:

Dear Franworkers,

I appeal to your expertise on superposition as editing practice. As an artist, 
I’m working on an installation project which calls me to set up a taxonomy of 
superposition in the field of moving images (film, video, digital moving 
images). I would very much appreciate your references relevant to this topic.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you might have,
All the best,
Anna Kerekes

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