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Cut : film as found object in contemporary video
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  • Cut : film as found object in contemporary video
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  • Milwaukee Art Museum , Milwaukee, WI : 2004
  • 2004
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 115 s. : ill. (huvudsakligen i färg)
General Note
  • Issued in connection with an exhibition held Nov. 13, 2004-Jan. 30, 2005, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami; June 25-Sept. 25, 2005, Milwaukee Art Museum; and Jan. 22-Mar. 26, 2006, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Cutting through history : found footage in avant-garde filmmaking / Rob Yeo -- The editor / Stefano Basilico -- The failures of fair use and the future of free culture / Lawrence Lessig -- Candice Breitz -- Omer Fast -- Douglas Gordon -- Michael Joaquin Grey -- Pierre Huyghe -- Christian Marclay -- Jennifer and Kevin McCoy -- Paul Pfeiffer.
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  • 0-944110-65-7
  • 0-944110-65-7
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The moving picture, film, and television have exerted an unmatched influence throughout the twentieth century, equally documenting and constructing our reality. It is the peculiar power of the moving image that while it may be depicting a fiction, our viewing of it is real and therefore the experience and memory we take away from it is filed away with all the other events and memories that have actually happened to us. The artists in Cut have taken the material of their reality--the movie and the news program--and manipulated it to reveal its power to communicate and shape reality. Clearly indebted to the appropriation strategies of the 1980s and sampling in hip hop and rap music of the 1990s, these artists are united by their gestural use of editing. Whether through looping, repetition, erasure, or compression, their active manipulation of their medium recalls the importance that action was given by Richard Serra in 1968, when he published "Verb List," a list of actions that a sculptor could use to create sculpture: to roll, to crease, to fold, to cut, etc. Cut explores the actions through which artists create videos. Through the physical manipulation of the most familiar of media, they restructure reality, making the familiar unfamiliar and instilling in the viewer the opportunity to comprehend and distinguish a new reality. Included are works by Candice Breitz, Omar Fast, Douglas Gordon, Michael Joaquin Grey, Pierre Huyghe, Christian Marclay, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy and Paul Pfeiffer.

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