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The somnambulists : a compendium of source material

Author: Zoe Beloff; Bellwether Gallery.; Arcite Gallery.
Publisher: New York : Christine Burgin, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Zoe Beloff; Bellwether Gallery.; Arcite Gallery.
ISBN: 9780615219158 0615219152
OCLC Number: 973425725
Notes: This book is a collection of essays and images that inspired an installation comprising of five miniature wooden theaters/dioramas into which moving images are projected. Exhibition was held at the Bellwether Gallery, New York City, Sept.-Oct. 2008 and the Arcite Gallery, Windsor Ontario, Mar.-Apr. 2008.
Description: 109 pages : illustrations, facsimile ; 23 cm + 1 DVD (black and white ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: The players --
Case history of an idée fixe, Part I, 1894 / Pierre Janet --
Magdelaine G. --
Human personality and its survival of bodily death, Part I: Phantasms of the living, 1903 / Frederic W.H. Myers --
Jane Avril --
The psychological characteristics of ecstasy, 1922 / Pierre Janet --
Locus solus, 1914 / Raymond Roussel --
Neurastheniqu', 1901 --
Dranem --
A case of hysterical hemiplegia cured by hypnotic suggestion and studied with the aid of the cinematograph, 1900 / Gheorghe Marinesco --
Silent film of hysterical girl, 1907-1914 / Arthur Van Gehuchten --
The fiftieth anniversary of hysteria (1878-1928), 1928 / Louis Aragon and André Breton --
The second surrealist manifesto, 1930 / André Breton --
"The ghost!" : as produced in the spectre drama, popularly illustrating the marvelous optical illusions obtained by the apparatus called the Dircksian phantasmagoria : being a full account of its history, construction, and various adaptations, 1863 / Henry Dircks --
Lina M. --
Acknowledgments.
Responsibility: edited by Zoe Beloff.

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