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The Memo Book : Filme, Videos und Installationen von Matthias Müller /
herausgegeben von Stefanie Schulte Strathaus = The memo book : films, videos and installations by Matthias Müller / edited by Stefanie Schulte Strathaus.
imprint
Berlin : Vorwerk 8, c2005.
description
280 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
ISBN
3930916762 (pbk.)
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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imprint
Berlin : Vorwerk 8, c2005.
isbn
3930916762 (pbk.)
language note
German and English.
catalogue key
11624757
 
Includes bibliographical references.
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
Examining the work of Matthias Müller, The Memo Book constructs a new critical groundwork where cinema and the fine arts intersect.
Main Description
The films of Matthias Müller can be read as an unwritten history of German experimental film, beginning with the Super-8 movement in the 1980s and genre-crossing found footage to the weaving of analogue and digital image media and cinematographic installation.
Table of Contents
All that Heaven Allows: Breath. Passages. Between Cinema and Artp. 6
Can Films Be Friends?p. 42
On Matthias Muller's Logic of Appropriationp. 66
Distant Proximity: Tracking the Sounds of Matthias Muller's Filmsp. 106
"We Only Dream of Places": -Matthias Muller's Spacesp. 140
Life in the Present Tense: Matthias Muller and the Peripheries of the Autobiographical Aestheticp. 168
That Warm Night in the Parkp. 208
A Conversationp. 218
"Hey Matthias"p. 272
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