Here's another good example:

Richard Tuohy, "Etienne's Hand" (2011)

http://nanolab.com.au/etienne%27s%20hand.htm

https://vimeo.com/21512772



El Jueves 7 de agosto de 2014 13:03, Elena Duque <elenadu...@gmail.com> 
escribió:
 


Daïchi Saïto's films, specially Trees of Syntax: Leaves of Axis, Never a Foot 
Too Far, Even and All That Rises. He has written about his processes in his 
book Moving the Sleeping Images of Things Towards the Light.
El 07/08/2014 04:40, "Beebe, Roger W." <beebe...@osu.edu> escribió:

In the same spirit as Mark's post, I wanted to note that Peter Tscherkassky's 
"Cinemascope trilogy" is actually contact printed in short stretches (much of 
it using a laser pointer) rather than optically printed.  He must surely have 
used an optical printer in some of his films (maybe "Happy End," for ex.), but 
since the previous poster only dropped his name without specific films, I 
thought it was a point worth clarifying...
>
>R.
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>________________________________
> 
>From: FrameWorks [frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com] on behalf of Mark 
>Toscano [fiddy...@gmail.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2014 8:04 PM
>To: Experimental Film Discussion List
>Subject: Re: [Frameworks] films using the optical printer
>
>
>Baillie's CASTRO STREET has no optical printing in it.  It's all in-camera 
>matting or A/B/C lab printing. 
>
>
>Also, it periodically needs to be said that Pat O'Neill's 7362 has NO optical 
>printing in it whatsoever.  It's all contact printing and hand-processing.  A 
>lot of people tend to talk about Pat's optical work, then show 7362 as an 
>example in both public screenings and classes (sorry Jason!).  Pat's first 
>foray into optical printing came approximately two years later in his 
>installation piece SCREEN (1969), and then with RUNS GOOD, etc. after that.
>
>
>
>That said, Pat is, as has already been said, an unparalleled artist in the 
>medium, and though optical printing was for him merely a technological tool 
>for achieving quite advanced aesthetic ideals, he is unsurpassed in his artful 
>and visionary use of the thing.  Probably the most convenient and exemplary 
>short film of his for explaining, demonstrating, or teaching optical printing 
>work is SAUGUS SERIES, which in some ways functions as both a notebook of 
>incredible visual ideas pretty much without precedent, and an unintentional 
>compendium of highly diverse suggestive uses for the optical printer.  But you 
>pretty much can't go wrong with ANYTHING Pat's made.
>
>
>Mark Toscano
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>On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 12:48 PM, Stefan Grabowski <ste...@radonlake.com> wrote:
>
>Bruce Baillie's 'Castro Street' has some really beautiful optical printing 
>work.
>>
>>
>>
>>________________________________
>> From: bigmuddy2...@hotmail.com
>>Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2014 13:32:24 -0600
>>To: frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com 
>>
>>Subject: Re: [Frameworks] films using the optical printer
>>
>>
>>This is a great list! Barbara Hammer would be a good addition 
>>
>>Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>On Aug 6, 2014, at 1:29 PM, "Jason Halprin" <jihalp...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>Hi Carolyn,
>>>
>>>
Below is the screening list from the last time I taught Optical Printing at 
Columbia College. I agree that Pat O'Neill is probably the greatest example of 
Optical Printing artistry, and include much of his work is available for 
purchase in DVD form. However, I would also stress that it was amazing to take 
the prints of his work and view them on rewinds with a light table so that 
students could really study how he created his "looks". I love Water and Power 
too, and usually saved it until the last class in the semester.
>>>
-Jason Halprin
>>>
>>>
>>>DAILY SCHEDULE
>>> 
>>>Class 01 – January 25th 
>>>Screening:        Pas de deux (Norman McLaren, 13 min, 1968)
>>> 
>>>Class 02- February 1stScreening:       Passage à l'acte (Martin Arnold, 15 
>>>min., 1993)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 03- February 8thScreening:       Piece Touche (Martin Arnold, 15 min., 
>>>1989) 
>>>                         Zocalo (Richard Myers, 15 min, 1972)
>>>                        Spitting Image (Paula Froehle, 3 min., 1992)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 04- February 15thScreeing:         7362 (Pat O’Neill, 10 min, 1967)
>>>                        Roseblood (Sharon Couzin, 7 min., 1974)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 05- February 22nd
>>>
>>>Screening:       Watersmith (Will Hindle, 25 min, 1969)
>>>                        Film Wipe Film(Paul Glabicki, 32 min, 1984)
>>> 
>>>Class 06 
>>>Screening:       Wild Gunman (Craig Baldwin, 20 min, 1978)
>>>                        Television Assassination (Bruce Conner, 14 min, 
>>>1964/95)
>>>                        Cosmic Ray (Bruce Conner, 4 min, 1961)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 07- March 8thScreening:       Alone, Life Wastes Andy Hardy (Martin 
>>>Arnold, 15 min, 1998)
>>>                        Flicker: Unsteady Motion (Paula Frohele, 7 min, 1995)
>>>
>>> 
>>> 
>>>Class 08- March 15thScreening:       Frame (Ken Kobland, 10 min, 1976)
>>>                        Vestibule (Ken Kobland, 24 min, 1979)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 09- March 29thScreening:       Chinese Fire Drill (Will Hindle, 25 
>>>min, 1968)
>>>                        Runs Good (Pat O’Neill, 15 min, 1970)
>>>
>>> 
>>> 
>>>Class 10- April 5thScreening:       Elasticity (Chick Strand, 25 min, 1976)
>>>                        Babobilicons (Dana Krummins, 18 min, 1982)
>>>
>>> 
>>>Class 11- April 12thScreening:       Nocturne (Phil Solomon, 10 min, 1980)
>>>                        Remains to be Seen (Phil Solomon, 17 min, 1989)
>>>
>>>
>>>Class 12- April 19th
>>>
>>>Screening:       The Idea (Bill Knowland, 20 min, 1990)
>>> 
>>>Class 13- April 26th 
>>>
>>>Screening:       Milk and Honey (Kate McCabe, 17 min, 2004)
>>>                        Montessori Sword Fight (Mary Beth Reed, 7 min, 2002)
>>> 
>>>Class 14- May 3rd
>>>
>>>Screening:       Water and Power (Pat O’Neill, 54 min, 1989)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>Jason Halprin
>>>jihalp...@gmail.com
>>>
>>>
>>>On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 12:10 PM, Gene Youngblood <ato...@comcast.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>I join Marcos and Adam in stressing the importance of Pat O’Neill here. 
>>>Optical printing doesn’t get any better if by that term we mean an art form, 
>>>an aesthetic practice, not a technique.  Another artist from Pat’s 
>>>generation known for his optical printing is Will Hindle
>>>> 
>>>>From: Adam Hyman 
>>>>Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2014 10:57 AM
>>>>To: Experimental Film Discussion List 
>>>>Subject: Re: [Frameworks] films using the optical printer
>>>> 
>>>>The entire oeuvre of Pat O’Neill is essential, and very influential.
>>>>
>>>>We did a screening with a various of interesting optically printed films as 
>>>>part of Alternative Projections.
>>>>http://www.alternativeprojections.com/screening-series/visions-memory-and-a-machine-optical-manipulations/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>On 8/6/14 9:22 AM, "Gawthrop, Rob" <rob.gawth...@falmouth.ac.uk> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> 
>>>>Monkey's Birthday, David Larcher; - colour separation, superimposition, 
>>>>bi-packing etc.
>>>>>
>>>>>Slides, Annabel Nicholson; pulling film through the gate etc
>>>>>
>>>>>Film Sound, Andy Moss; short edits/loops (sound and picture), 
>>>>>superimpositions
>>>>>
>>>>>(all at LUX, London.)
>>>>>
>>>>>Rob
>>>>>
>>>>>From: Caryn Cline <carynycl...@gmail.com>
>>>>>Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List 
>>>>><frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
>>>>>Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2014 09:06:12 -0700
>>>>>To: Experimental Film Discussion List <FrameWorks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
>>>>>Subject: [Frameworks] films using the optical printer
>>>>>
>>>>>Dear Frameworkers,
>>>>>
>>>>>If I were going to undertake a series of screenings showcasing optical 
>>>>>printer techniques, what work would you recommend?  What is the best work 
>>>>>for understanding the cinematic potential in optical printing?  Are there 
>>>>>any texts that could be included?  I'm
 asking for my own enlightenment and to take my own OP work to another level, 
but I might also try to put together a public screening at some point.
>>>>>
>>>>>Many thanks, as always, for your thoughts and advice.
>>>>>
>>>>>CC   
>>>>>
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