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Ken Russell - Always on Sunday (1965) Ten down-and-dirty pulp novels you need to read, from the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society: 1. (2) Peter Gidal, Structural Film Anthology This is an important work; but it also marks a time when experimental film became dogmatic and when "the optical printer was the death of underground film", to quote underground filmmaker Wilhelm Hein.
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Marcel Broodthaers - La pipe Satire Shahryar Nashat is a visual artist. Uniquely beautiful in its complexity, at the same kitschy and late romanticist, misread by later serialist composers and avant-garde filmmakers as a construction blueprint for formalist work. Also how Burden's beefcakey early imagery affected his reputation. Tony Smith, The Maze (1967) a four-piece sculpture/installation and cardboard model the artist granted permission to be reproduced in wood or steel. November 24-December 6th" (1972) [MP3] (via Stephen Vitiello's Top Ten, October 2013) The whole list is worth relistening, but I include it here because it introduced me to the incredible 1972 recording from Charlotte Moorman's aswering machine. Jordan Wolfson's Top 18, June 2011 Wolfson's in the news lately, and his list holds up pretty well, too. Yvonne Rainer, Hand Movie (1966) When I broke my ankle a couple of months ago, I was laid up, reading Bruce Hainley's book about Sturtevant's reperformances of Yvonne Rainer pieces, and taking solace in this mesmerizing film of a bedridden Rainer. Alexander Calder, Le Cirque de Calder (1961) Something changed when my blog post on the different film versions of Calder's Circus turned up on Ubu as the description text; I felt like a performer, not just the audience. Alex Hubbard, Bootleg film of Robert Smithson's Hotel Palenque, 1969/2004 I actually presented Hubbard's faux-bootleg film as being from 1969 when I gave a lecture on Smithson's lecture where he gave the lecture, at the University of Utah.