I was reviewing some of the frameworks threads I highlighted this year and
wondered what became of the Tate Etc. Magazine article mentioned in this
one. It appeared as
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 5:12 AM, Gawthrop, Rob <rob.gawth...@falmouth.ac.uk>
> Hi Aaron
> It would be worth looking at English experimental filmmakers working with
> landscape in the 70s-80s - William Raban, Jo Millett, Chris Welsby and
> Malcolm LeGrice etc. all figure - as landscape painting (impressionism in
> particular) was frequently cited. To claim direct influence is difficult
> but when working with landscape imagery it is impossible to not be aware of
> Turner's work and influence cannot be denied. The book/catalogue "A
> Perspective on English Avant-Garde Film: A Touring Exhibition" and the
> Landscape edition of Undercut magazine give a good survey of that period.
> can also acknowledge both Turner and Monet in my own film "Preservation"
> which uses the steam from steam trains to bleach-out the image while
> exploring representations of speed and fluctuations of light.
> Best Wishes
> On 26/02/2014 16:16, "Aaron Juneau" <aaron.jun...@tate.org.uk> wrote:
> > Dear frameworks members,
> > I'm contacting from Tate Etc. Magazine, London in the hope that somebody
> > Frameworks might be able to help me with some research I'm undertaking
> > regard to an article we're publishing in a couple issues time.
> Essentially the
> > article will focus on J.M.W Turner's influence on film. I was wondering
> > whether somebody at Frameworks could advise on some interesting, perhaps
> > known filmmakers who have been influenced by him? I'm really looking at
> > fact and solid evidence as opposed to conjecture.
> > Any assistance you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
> > My very best,
> > Aaron Juneau
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