1. The Time Passing


    from Benjamin Sampson Added 253 7 1

    This visual essay is investigates the themes of time, narrative vs art cinema, spectatorship, and memory. It was published online in [in]Transition, 2.2, 2015. It is an engagement with Julie Levinson’s essay "Time and Time Again: Temporality,Narrativity, and Spectatorship in Christian Marclay’s The Clock," (Cinema Journal, 54.3, Spring 2015). See link for further description: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/intransition/2015/05/25/time-passing.

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      from Catherine Grant Added 359 4 0

      THEORY OF RELATIVITY is an experimental video about 'digitextuality' (or digital intertextuality) and cinephiliac relativity. It was inspired, in part, by "Time and Time Again: Temporality, Narrativity, and Spectatorship in Christian Marclay’s THE CLOCK", an article for the May 2015 issue of CINEMA JOURNAL by film scholar Julie Levinson. It asks, laterally, what can time-based compilation video projects do with clocks that get stuck, or go haywire, or with forces beyond the temporal, such as ones of attraction like gravity and cinephilia? As the author of the scientific Theory of Relativity Albert Einstein also found, although we usually think of lengths and times as absolute, these do turn out to be observer-dependent. THEORY OF RELATIVITY meditates on a section from a Hollywood film sequence that Christian Marclay used to mark the important moment of midnight in his monumental 2010 art installation THE CLOCK (see https://youtu.be/iZe55tTAbw4). And it subsequently takes in the part of the sequence he didn't use (spoilt for choice with midnight moments in the cinema, perhaps). The video further (simultaneously) explores, through remix, a less well known American experimental film about time that was arguably deeply inspired by the film from which Marclay's midnight sequence was taken. The remixed film sequences illustrate, perhaps rather too succinctly for Marclay's compilation, the idea of a 24 hour clock, as also heralded by Alberto Cavalcanti's 1926 experimental film RIEN QUE LE HEURES/NOTHING BUT TIME, released on DVD in the same year as Marclay's THE CLOCK. [In case anyone should think that a link between these two excerpted films might be considered spurious or, at least, lacking in interest, there is a further, bizarre, real life connection between them, and their two actor-directors, as this video shows: https://youtu.be/1oqtI517qpI] Also see: Thom Andersen's great essay on THE CLOCK: http://cinema-scope.com/features/random-notes-on-a-projection/

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      • Making Of - Book Retro


        from Everton Amaro Added 18 0 0

        Fotografo de casamentos do Abc, Sao Paulo e Regiao. Book, ensaios, corporativo, aniversario, gestante, new born - amaro.foto@gmail.com

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        • Wex 25 Stories: Michael Weiss


          from Kinopicz American Added 49 0 0

          In 1989, the Wexner Center for the Arts opened and for the past 25 years their staff has curated some of the most ground-breaking and diverse programming in contemporary art, making Columbus a cultural destination. It was a big honor to be selected by the Wex to produce this exclusive series of 25 personal vignettes celebrating the Center's 25th anniversary through the reflections and voices of the Columbus community. In this episode, fashion mogul and CEO of EXPRESS, Michael Weiss, shares his thoughts about the caliber of the Wexner Center's programming and its impact on Columbus' cultural evolution. Watch the entire series here: http://wexarts.org/25th

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          • The Clock : Entrevue avec John Zeppetelli


            from Musée d'art contemporain de Mtl Added 3,844 2 1

            Entrevue avec John Zeppetelli, directeur du Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, au sujet de l'oeuvre The Clock de Christian Marclay, présentée au MAC du 22 février au 20 avril 2014.

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            • Go Set a Watchman to it...


              from Atomic Elroy Added 13 1 0

              Is appropriation fair use?

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              • Atoms For Peace - The Clock


                from Gabrielle Rosenberg Added

                Atoms For Peace - Thom Yorke -The Clock 092413 Liacouras Center

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                • The Clock - The View - NSSP VERL


                  from TayScreen Added 13 0 0

                  The Clock - The View music promo featuring VFX produced at the VERL, Visual Effects Research Lab of North Sea Screen Partners, a network to help you produce, shoot, post and learn with partners in Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK (England and Scotland). A project funded by the European Union North Sea Interreg IVB programme.

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                  • Hamaca


                    from Mc Hardy Brown Added 35 1 0

                    Tema de Thom Yorke, The Clock

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                    • Time


                      from Alex Tselekidis Added

                      Time can stand still, it can fly, it can crawl. It takes time to achieve something, to grow, to heal, to become someone. You cannot do anything if you do not have it. Some of the greatest minds on earth stipulated that you could even bend it! But how do you show it? How can time be represented, time, this essential ingredient in all of our lives, in all our lives’ undertakings? This resource (that we all hope to have an abundance of) is so transparent yet so painfully real. I chose a beautiful time piece (A piece of time! What a concept!) to show off one of the endless facets of its physicality. I juxtaposed it with age, nature and the heavens to accentuate its ubiquity and necessity. You cannot dissolve it. Those of us who better understand it can do more than those who cannot. I always carry my own sense of it with me. It is a good start.

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