If you're going to show Tacita Dean you should also consider Disappearance at 
Sea, parts one and two which, if I'm not mistaken, are films of lighthouses. 
Delft Hydraulics is also about light via water.

Nicky.


 

 

 

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From: nicky.ham...@talktalk.net
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Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Films about glass and light


Stan Brakhage: Text of Light. A world in an ashtray.
Some of Jamie Jenkinson's iPhone videos are very glassy: 
http://www.jamiejohnjamesjenkinson.com/
John DuCane: Zoom Lapse. Windows.
Michael Snow: Wavelength.
Nicky Hamlyn: Silver Street. Views out of windows and mirrors included.

Nicky.


 

 

 

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From: Sheri Wills <s...@sheriwills.com>
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Sent: Wed, 3 Feb 2016 2:19
Subject: [Frameworks] Films about glass and light


Hello Everyone,

As part of a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the glass department at 
RISD 
for next year, we are beginning to plan a series of screenings of (mostly 
experimental) films that engage with materials, ideas, experiences of glass 
and/or light - materially, abstractly, physically, metaphysically…..

We are planning a projection of Line Describing a Cone, and a screening of Text 
of Light. The preliminary long list includes Moholy-Nagy’s films, Tacita Dean’s 
Green Ray, and the 1959 industrial film, Glas, by Bert Haanstra.

It would be wonderful to hear thoughts from this group.

Many thanks in advance,
Sheri
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