Gustav Deutsch

Book written by Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg and Michael Loebenstein.

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Since the 1990s, "found footage film" has flourished internationally. Among the filmmakers that gained prominence in this context of "applied media archaeology" is Gustav Deutsch, an outstanding case. His work—including the series Film Is or Welt Spiegel Kino—has been shown widely at film festivals and in the contemporary art world. The first monograph to follow his entire thrity-year career, Gustav Deutsch explore the artist as he works in film, video, and installation, featuring essay contributions by Linda Williams, Tom Gunning, Scott MacDonald, Nico de Klerk, and Alexander Horwath.

Author(s) Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg, Michael Loebenstein
Format Paperback
Year 2009
Language(s) allemand, anglais
Pages 252 pages
Publisher Filmmuseum Synema