Artists — Anri Sala — Biography — Hauser & Wirth
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Arca - Theievery

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Persona (1966) Ingmar Bergman

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ASL interpretation of Deborah Stratman’s HACKED CIRCUIT (2014) at San Francisco Cinematheque’s CROSSROADS 2014

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“How can we start to think about something we cannot see? This book explores the place of breath in the cinema and it begins with the question of borders between visibility and invisibility. Thus the notion of breathing stimulates new ways in which to question the nature of seeing, perceiving and sending things which are not always entirely visible in film. My concern with the interstices between visibility and invisibility in film can be seen to represent an interest in the way in which sound serves to stimulate our perception beyond what is visible on screen. For example, voices and sound effects in film are often ‘invisible’, untraceable in the dietetic image.” 

How can we start to think about something we cannot see? This book explores the place of breath in the cinema and it begins with the question of borders between visibility and invisibility. Thus the notion of breathing stimulates new ways in which to question the nature of seeing, perceiving and sending things which are not always entirely visible in film. My concern with the interstices between visibility and invisibility in film can be seen to represent an interest in the way in which sound serves to stimulate our perception beyond what is visible on screen. For example, voices and sound effects in film are often ‘invisible’, untraceable in the dietetic image.” 

Two or Three Things I Know About Her - Godard.

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Horton Hears A Who, Original animation ‘Cat in the Hat’ productions.

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The Place of Breath in Cinema
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