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Absence in cinema the art of showing nothing

Author: Justin Remes
Publisher: New York Chichester, West Sussex Columbia University Press 2020
Series: Film and culture
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Absence has played a crucial role in the history of avant-garde aesthetics, from the blank canvases of Robert Rauschenberg to Yves Klein's invisible paintings, from the "silent" music of John Cage to Samuel Beckett's minimalist theater. Yet little attention has been given to the important role of absence in cinema. In the first book to focus on cinematic absence, Justin Remes demonstrates how omissions of expected  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als
Remes, Justin
Absence in cinema
New York : Columbia University Press, 2020
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(DLC)2019052344
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justin Remes
ISBN: 9780231189309 0231189303 9780231189316 0231189311
OCLC Number: 1195016012
Notes: Literaturangaben.
Description: x, 242 Seiten Illustrationen
Contents: AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Voids1. Walter Ruttman and the Blind Film2. Stan Brakhage and the Birth of Silence3. Naomi Uman and the Peekaboo Principle4. Martin Arnold's Disappearing ActConclusion: Nothing Is ImportantFilmographyNotesIndex
Series Title: Film and culture
Responsibility: Justin Remes.

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Justin Remes demonstrates how omissions of expected elements can spur viewers to interpret and understand the nature of film in new ways. Through a careful analysis of a broad array of avant-garde  Read more...

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An enchanting, endearing feature of this detailed and serious study of four films by Walter Ruttmann, Stan Brakhage, Naomi Uman and Martin Arnold is that it advances through a series of anecdotes, Read more...

 
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