We went to a night of Matthew Silver's films in New York, never have seen anything quite like his oeuvre. Plus he started the whole thing crawling backwards on the stage, a monologue about reality. If I recall. Enjoy! Part one.
Roger Hiorns' installation.
expo 67 postcards
graphic presentation, 1939
Willard Cope Brinton's book on data visualisation is online to browse.
There were good audio documentaries on the two Georges. Which are not available any more.
Maya Deren shot this between 1947 and 1952 and edited and completed by Deren's third husband Teiji Ito and his wife Cherel Winett Ito (1947-1999) in 1981, twenty years after Deren's death. Most of the film consists of images of dancing and bodies in motion during rituals in Rada and Petro services.
We saw it at the South London Cultural Centre on Friday night.