21 novembro 2006

Cinema expandido

Novo blog EXPANDED CINEMA de João Ribas: http://expandedcinema.blogspot.com/

Duas definições:

'Expanded cinema' was a term used to describe films presented on many screens simultaneously. Its aim was to make visible aspects of the medium normally employed 'transparently'. It demanded that the spectator reflect on the means of image-making.
in http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/artistsfilm/programme2/expandedcinema.htm

“Expanded cinema”, i.e. the expansion of the commonplace form of film on the open stage or within a space, through which the commercial-conventional sequence of filmmaking – shooting, editing (montage), and projection – is broken up (...). Today, expanded cinema is the electronic, digital cinema, the simulation of space and time, the simulation of reality. The expanded cinema of the 1960s, as part of the alternative or independent cinema, was an analysis carried out in order to discover and realise new forms of communication, the deconstruction of a dominant reality.
in http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/03/28/expanded_cinema.html

Cinema estrutural:

Fragmentation, repetition, rapid camera-movements and an insistent sound track -- all characteristics of Structural film (...).
in http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/artistsfilm/programme2/readingimages.htm

Cinema conceptual:

Serial works, in which ideas unfold through a series of distinct but related parts, were a feature of 1970s Conceptual art. David Hall e Ian Breakwell in http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/artistsfilm/programme2/7tv9jokes.htm#tvi

Um livro: Gene Youngblood "Expanded Cinema" (1970) [PDF, 4.6 mb].
in http://www.ubu.com/historical/youngblood/youngblood.html

E um site sobre cinema experimental: http://expcinema.com/site/index.php

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