Michael Snow: Recent Works


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Michael Snow (b. 1929) has worked as a professional musician since the 1950s and began in the early 1960s to explore painting and sculpture, soon also developing an intense interest in experimental film and photography. With Wavelength (1966/67), he created what Annette Michelson has called a "paradigmatic" work of film history that also represents a turning point in his artistic career.

He has now been working for over fifty years in a wide range of media, often operating on thresholds, exploring one medium from the perspective of another. His systematic examination of the structures, procedures, and limits of the various media is coupled with a discussion of questions concerning the perception of reality and art, always recognizing the "unpredictability of the spectator".

- Hardcover
- 88 pages, 6.5 x 8.7 x 0.6 inches
- Illustrations in color and b&w
- 2012
SKU: 36990

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