I confess I have not been closely following this thread, but in case no one has
Kubelka’s Pause! might be of interest, as might any number of things
involving Herman Nitsch.
Shirley Clarke’s two video works with Joseph Chaiken, Tongues and Savage/Love
foreground Chaiken’s body.
Vito Acconci’s early Super 8mm films and video work.
Has no one mentioned Carolee Schneemann?
> On Mar 11, 2018, at 9:28 AM, Jessica Arseneau <jessarsen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It might not be exactly what you're looking for, but it could add something
> to your research:
> In Barbara (2012) from Christian Petzold, there's a scene close to the
> beginning where the doctor makes an analysis of Rembrandt's painting "The
> Anatomy Lessons of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp". Definitely a great scene.
> Jessica Arseneau
> http://jessarseneau.github.io <http://jessarseneau.github.io/>
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> On Feb 26, 2018, at 5:07 PM, Seth Pimlott <seth.piml...@network.rca.ac.uk
> <mailto:seth.piml...@network.rca.ac.uk>> wrote:
>> Dear Frameworkers,
>> I am working with some young artists on an artists' anatomy - a film about
>> a body - drawn from the experiences of the group.
>> We have looked at the work of Ana Mendieta, and Derek Jarman's Blue for
>> But I wanted to ask a question. I wondered if there were some other films
>> that you might recommend - films that might be described as 'subjective'
>> maps of the body in one way or another?
>> Thank you very much for your time,
>> Seth Pimlott
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