Art & Film
Academy Editions, 1996 - Performing Arts - 92 pages
Since its inception in 1896, film has interacted continually with movements in art and criticism. Artists have been inspired by the fascination of the moving image and film makers have found their vision through the medium of painting. In today's multimedia age, film is seen as the ultimate visual art. This special issue published to tie in with the centenary of the invention of film presents an analysis of the subtle links between art and film, artist and filmmaker. It considers film as an inseperable element of contemporary art practice in the 1990s, and includes essays on the work of Peter Greenaway, performance artist Annie Griffin, Alain Fleischer, Beth B., and extracts from an interview with the late Derek Jarman.
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