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  1. Christian Marclay, The Clock Clock on Charlie Rose On BBC

  2. Art + the Moving Image Liberating Time

  3. Avant-garde Avant-garde (from French, "advance guard" or "vanguard"[1]) refers to people or works that are experimentalor innovative, particularly with respect to art, culture, and politics. Avant-garde represents a pushing of the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. The notion of the existence of the avant-garde is considered by some to be a hallmark of modernism, as distinct from postmodernism. Many artists have aligned themselves with the avant-garde movement and still continue to do so, tracing a history from Dada through the Situationists to postmodern artists such as the Language poets around 1981.[2] The term also refers to the promotion of radical social reforms. It was this meaning that was evoked by theSaint SimonianOlinde Rodrigues in his essay, "L'artiste, le savant et l'industriel" (“The artist, the scientist and the industrialist”, 1825), which contains the first recorded use of "avant-garde" in its now-customary sense: there, Rodrigues calls on artists to "serve as [the people's] avant-garde", insisting that "the power of the arts is indeed the most immediate and fastest way" to social, political, and economic reform.[3]

  4. Dada Cabaret Voltaire Ghosts Before Breakfast

  5. Eugène Atget, Place Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 1903-04.

  6. Surrealism Seashell and the Clergyman

  7. Marcel Duchamp, Anemic Cinema,1926

  8. Constructivism

  9. Robert Florey Life and death of a Hollywood extra (11 min., 1928)

  10. Soviet Realism Man with a Movie Camera

  11. Experimental Arts + Expanded Cinemas

  12. McLuhan

  13. E.A.T. 1967

  14. Allan Kaprow, Happenings Happenings (Wiki)

  15. Expanded Cinema 1960s Coined in the mid-1960s by US filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek, but with its origins in the experiments of early twentieth century avant-garde film and performance art, ‘Expanded Cinema’refers to film and video works that expand the traditional one-way relationship between audience and screen to incorporate the context they’re being watched in. In 1970, Gene Youngblood published a book on Expanded Cinema articulating the principles and possibilities of new media practices in the same terms: “A new expanded cinema is required for a new consciousness.”

  16. Stan Vanderbeek’s Movie Drome

  17. The Labyrinth ProjectExpo 67 Montreal The Film The Site

  18. Eames IBM Pavilion 1964 NY World’s Fair

  19. exploding plastic inevitable

  20. Intermedia Intermedia was a concept employed in the mid-sixties by Fluxus artist Dick Higgins to describe the often confusing, inter-disciplinary activities that occur between genres that became prevalent in the 1960s.[1] Thus, the areas such as those between drawing and poetry, or between painting andtheatre could be described as intermedia. With repeated occurrences, these new genres between genres could develop their own names (e.g. visual poetry or performance art).   Higgins described the tendency of the most interesting and best in the new art to cross the boundaries of recognized media or even to fuse the boundaries of art with media that had not previously been considered for art forms, including computers. "Part of the reason that Duchamp's objects are fascinating while Picasso's voice is fading is that the Duchamp pieces are truly between media, between sculpture and something else, while a Picasso is readily classifiable as a painted ornament. Similarly, by invading the land between collage and photography, the German John Heartfield produced the what are probably the greatest graphics of our century..." —Higgins, Intermedia, 1966)

  21. Marcel Duchamp/Pablo Picasso

  22. Yvonne Rainer _ Hand Movie

  23. John Cage _ 4’ 33”

  24. Nam June Paik “As the collage technique replaced oil paint, the cathode ray tube will replace the canvas.”

  25. Tate: Expanded Cinema

  26. Peter Kubelka Arnulf Rainer

  27. Bruce Nauman, Live/Taped Corridor 1970

  28. Andy Warhol Inner and Outer Space

  29. Expanded Cinemas Now Film

  30. Isaac Julien Ten Thousand Waves

  31. Doug Aitken Migration Sleepwalkers Song

  32. Tacita Dean Lost at Sea

  33. Tacita Dean Film Film

  34. Bill Viola Five Angels of the Millennium

  35. Pierre Huyghe Third Memory

  36. Douglas Gordon (more or less) 24 Hour Psycho

  37. David Claerbout

  38. Youtube at GuggenheimYoutube Play