Films by Stan Brakhage
Saturday, January 27, 1:30 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image - Redstone Theater
Western History (1972, 8 mins. 16mm)
Creation (1979, 16 mins. 16mm)
Visions in Meditation, Park 3: Plato’s Cave (1990, 19 mins. 16mm)
First Hymn to the Night—Novalis (1994, 4 mins. 16mm)
Chartres Series (1994, 9 mins. 16mm)
The Dante Quartet (1987, 8 mins. 35mm)
Stan Brakhage was a singular figure in American film; he created hundreds of films, mostly silent, and each an adventure in visual perception. As he once wrote, “The artist is an explorer of his own dualities. He embarks on as many adventures as there are in a day.” This selection reveals the breadth of his ambition, with themes including history, nature, and art.
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