Multi-Thousand Picture Show
A film by Werner Nekes.
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Picture montage was a central aspect in the early history of visual media. As early as the 16th century, techniques such as the folding picture montage anticipated those used in film today. Other examples of early forms of montage are transparencies, picture puzzles and blow books, which direct the gaze towards hidden information. In the myriorame, the multi-thousand picture-show, it is possible to assemble infinite landscapes.
|Artist(s)||Bernd Upnmoor, Serge Roman, Ertan Erdogan, Joe Wentrup, Dietrich Hahne, Helge Schneider, Norbert Schlawien, Katrin Köster, Norbert Schliewe, Lutz Garmsen, Michel Klöfkorn, Astrid Nicklaus|
|Format||DVD5 PAL 4:3|
|Language(s)||German, English, French|
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