Kinomuseum: Towards an Artists' Cinema
Mike Sperlinger, Ian White
Distributed Art Pub Incorporated, 2008 - Art - 176 pages
'Kinomuseum' focuses on the relationship between cinema and the museum, examining the responses of both institutions to artists' work. The project proposes a radical alignment between viewing and critical thinking. This book collects texts written for Kinomuseum by some of most influential curators and artists involved with the contemporary moving image, alongside related materials including details and the works shown in the original screenings and a ground-breaking panel discussion held at the festival itself.
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