Rosa Barba time as perspective ; [in conjunction with the Exhibition "Rosa Barba: Time as Perspectiv...

"Rosa Barba works with the basic elements of the cinema: celluloid, light, projector, and sound. She dissects the structure of the narrative and plays with the often improbable characters, places, and stories of the medium of film. Her exploration of space, time, and language is crucial to the...

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Authors and Corporations: Barba, Rosa (Illustrator), Varadinis, Mirjam (Editor), Øvstebø, Solveig (Other), Anderson, Laurie (Other), Farocki, Harun (Writer of added text, Other), Wiener, Ingrid (Writer of added text, Other), Kunsthaus Zürich (Other), Bergen Kunsthall (Other), Exhibition Rosa Barba: Time as Perspective (Other)
Title: Rosa Barba time as perspective ; [in conjunction with the Exhibition "Rosa Barba: Time as Perspective", Kunsthaus Zürich, June 6 - September 9, 2012; Bergen Kunsthall, February 2 - March 17, 2013] [Mirjam Varadinis and Solveig Øvstebø in conservation with Rosa Barba. Contrib. by Laurie Anderson ... Ed. Mirjam Varadinis ...]
Title Note:Time as perspective
Type of Resource: Book Still Image Exhibition Catalogue
Language:English
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Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2013
Subjects: Giovanni P. Ricciardi , Solveig Ovstebo , Gespräch , Installation <Kunst> , Zeit <Motiv> , Skulpturensammlung , Exhibition Rosa Barba: Time as Perspective
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Summary: "Rosa Barba works with the basic elements of the cinema: celluloid, light, projector, and sound. She dissects the structure of the narrative and plays with the often improbable characters, places, and stories of the medium of film. Her exploration of space, time, and language is crucial to the process. This publication presents her new project, which, like a story or a play in different acts, stretches out across two exhibition chapters. The project revolves around a 35mm film, Time as Perspective, which Barba shot during the spring in Texas--fascinated by the desert landscape, which she approaches from an almost archaeological perspective on a quest for inscribed signs and times." --Publisher description
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Item Description: 255 S.; zahlr. Ill.; 24 cm
ISBN: 3775735607, 9783775735605