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Thu Oct 16 17:55:04 2014 UTClccn-nr20050124460.47Encore0.800.84Point of view an anthology of the moving image272446715nr20050124466655508Kretzschmar, Ilene, Kurtz-lccn-n84148196New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.)dstprolccn-no2005110734Bick Productions (Firm)np-bourgeois, carolineBourgeois, Carolineprolccn-n94011984Obrist, Hans-Ulrichivrlccn-n88032953Cameron, Danlccn-n96110666Rist, Pipilotti1962-prflccn-n93075444Hill, Gary1951-lccn-nr00038108Huyghe, Pierre1962-prfnp-meyer, richard$1966Meyer, Richard1966-lccn-n95021289Alÿs, Francis1959-Kurtz-Kretzschmar, IleneInterviewsExhibition catalogsVideo artConceptual artNew York (State)--New YorkMcCarthy, Paul,Hill, Gary,Julien, IsaacRist, Pipilotti,Huyghe, Pierre,Kentridge, William,Alÿs, Francis,Claerbout, DavidJonas, Joan,United StatesGordon, DouglasPerformance artBelgiumSala, Anri,EnglandSouth AfricaGordon, Douglas,SwitzerlandAlbaniaScotlandFrance2003200410393240791.4361N6494.V53ocn1877199691564ocn056834472visu20030.74New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.)Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsA collection of 11 short films by various video artists and avant garde filmmakers761ocn056421573visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In El Gringo, created by the Belgian artist Francis Alys, viewers experience the discomfort of being an outsider when the camera is confronted by a pack of snarling dogs. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist751ocn056421572visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Le moment, created by the Belgian artist David Claerbout, cinematic techniques are used to create a suspenseful journey through a dimly lit forest that reaches an unexpected conclusion. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist752ocn054926932visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In I Jedi, created by the French artist Pierre Huyghe, the film references Andy Warhol's Empire State and pays homage to Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters by incorporating the Devil's Tower monument made famous in the film. Huyghe splits the screen in half, creating a mood of suspense, as the viewer waits for a correction that never takes place. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist751ocn056421566visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. I want to see you, created by the Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist, explores the macrocosm of humanity in a video, art and music collaboration. A lyrical tale of a witch's coven is played over images of a person where each body part symbolically represents an area of the world. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist751ocn056421571visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Over my shoulder, created by the Scottish artist Douglas Gordon, the artist uses hand gesticulations against a white sheet to communicate violent and sensual emotions. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist751ocn056421567visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. WGG (Wild gone girls), a filmed performance piece created by the American artist Paul McCarthy, depicts a sailing party gone wrong. McCarthy questions the effects that violence and mutilation, both real and simulated, have on the viewer in contemporary culture. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist741ocn056421570visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Waltz, a filmed performance piece created by the American artist Joan Jonas, she pays homage to 18th century French outdoor theater, incorporating mythology into the narrative alongside spontaneously occurring events. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist741ocn054924090visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Blind spot, created by the American artist Gary Hill, a brief encounter in the street with a man in a southern French city that has a large North African population is slowed down, forcing the viewer into an intimate relationship with the subject and the shifting emotions in his face. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist741ocn056421569visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. Encore (Paradise Omeros: redux) created by the English artist Isaac Julien, presents stunning, color-saturated images that refer to the African Diaspora and the quest to find roots in a New World. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist731ocn056421568visu20040.82Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Automatic writing, created by the South African artist William Kentridge, the artist's beautiful series of animated black and white drawings brings viewers into the artist's unconscious, using surrealist techniques to explore the point where writing and drawing intersect. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist721ocn056421565visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Time after time, created by the Albanian artist Anri Sala, oblique and barely moving frames stimulate the viewers' visual and auditory capacity by forcing them to concentrate on a single puzzling image until its essence is revealed in an unexpected flash of light. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist102ocn243508222visu20030.47Rist, PipilottiI want to see how you seeInterviewsRist explores the macrocosm of humanity in a video, art and music collaboration. A lyrical tale of a witch's coven is played over images of a person where each body part symbolically represents an area of the world102ocn753768233visu20030.47Julien, IsaacEncoreInterviewsJonas' performance piece, an homage to 18th century French outdoor theater, incorporates mythology into its narrative alongside spontaneously occurring events81ocn243500554visu20030.47Hill, GaryBlind spotInterviewsA brief encounter in the street with a man in a southern French city that has a large North African population is slowed down, forcing the viewer into an intimate relationship with the subject and the shifting emotions in his face72ocn753768432visu20030.47WGG testInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. WGG (Wild gone girls), a filmed performance piece created by the American artist Paul McCarthy, depicts a sailing party gone wrong. McCarthy questions the effects that violence and mutilation, both real and simulated, have on the viewer in contemporary culture. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist42ocn243508235visu20030.47Huyghe, PierreI JediInterviewsHuyghe's conceptual film references Andy Warhol's "Empire State" and pays homage to Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters" by incorporating the Devil's Tower monument made famous in the film. Huyghe splits the screen in half, creating a mood of suspense, as we wait for a correction that never takes place31ocn241467423visu20040.47Time after timeInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Time after time, created by the Albanian artist Anri Sala, oblique and barely moving frames stimulate the viewers' visual and auditory capacity by forcing them to concentrate on a single puzzling image until its essence is revealed in an unexpected flash of light. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist31ocn241467273visu20040.47Encore. (Paradise omeros: redux)InterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. Encore (Paradise Omeros: redux) created by the English artist Isaac Julien, presents stunning, color-saturated images that refer to the African Diaspora and the quest to find roots in a New World. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist31ocn241467306visu20040.47Automatic writingInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Automatic writing, created by the South African artist William Kentridge, the artist's beautiful series of animated black and white drawings brings viewers into the artist's unconscious, using surrealist techniques to explore the point where writing and drawing intersect. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artistThu Oct 16 15:36:25 EDT 2014batch16699