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A relational (video) grammar : extrapolation

Author: Kate Pelling
Publisher: London : Fifth Floor Publications, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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A relational [video] grammar: extrapolation by Kate Pelling is an editing experiment that uses drawing and the addition/reconfiguration/obliteration of text to examine speech generated during the making of direct address to camera, within a context of artists' film and video. a relational [video] grammar: extrapolation tests the conceptual relationships between linguistic and technological editing processes. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Art
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Pelling
ISBN: 9780957612808 095761280X
OCLC Number: 923886115
Description: 67 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Kate Pelling.

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A relational [video] grammar: extrapolation by Kate Pelling is an editing experiment that uses drawing and the addition/reconfiguration/obliteration of text to examine speech generated during the making of direct address to camera, within a context of artists' film and video. a relational [video] grammar: extrapolation tests the conceptual relationships between linguistic and technological editing processes. The multiple layers of information within the pages of this publication contain narrative possibilities that engage with these editing processes on many levels, without the necessity of using the format of video beyond the recording of the speech.

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