A DVD with 3 films by Takahiko Iimura
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"Time is, as it has been said by John Cage on music, the most important issue on film."
"In concentrating on this set of problems, often wrongly seen as 'minimalist', Iimura went much, much further than any other film artist in exploring a kind of art-science. This concern with the experience of time, its measured passage and the analogy between time and space, has been the main recurring theme at the centre of his work."
-Malcolm Le Grice, The author of "Abstract Film and Beyond",MIT Press
24 FRAMES PER SECOND, 1975-78, 16mm/dvd, b/w, 10min.35sec., sound. "Both in terms of its examination of time and space, of light and darkness, of visuals and sounds; and in terms of its demands and potential rewards for an audience, "24 Frames Per Second" is a quintessential Iimura film.
-Scott MacDonald (The author of "A Critical Cinema", California University Press)
TIMED 1, 2, 3 (From MODELS, Reel1),1972, 16mm/dvd, b/w, 10min.15sec. sound "My favorite section of Models - "Timed 1, 2, 3" - is a particularly effective interweaving of visuals and sounds...All in all, the number of interesting filmic explorations in the eight section of Models makes it one of Iimura's most impressive films."
ONE FRAME DURATION, 1977, 16mm/dvd, b/w & color, 11min., sound
|Format||DVD NTSC, Region 0|
|Publisher||Takahiko Iimura Media Arts Laboratory|
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