Category Archives: expanded cinema

an electric shock

Yesterday I was writing about our investigations into running the Bioskop cinema off heavy duty 12 volt batteries, and the anxiety we felt about the dangers of electrocuting our audience… This morning I was in the kitchen in dressing gown … Continue reading

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enfolded in images

This clip comes from An Anthropological Introduction to Youtube made by professor Michael Wesch in Summer 2008 when youtube was three and a half years old. At the moment of writing this post in October 2012 the idea of an … Continue reading

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reflecting

Mirror by Sylvia Plath I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike. I am not cruel, only truthful ‚ The eye of a little … Continue reading

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first stirring…

In car parks and country lanes the doggers of the UK create their own temporary autonomous zones where they’re free to enact a cinema without screens. The watching/performance mechanism spills out from porn…  into the air of summer evenings and … Continue reading

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Forthcoming… cinema without screens

The Bioskop >>>hosting Live Timeline Actions>>>  presents… CINEMA WITHOUT SCREENS 8pm | date to be announced | secret location Tonight The Bioskop will take you to a secret location to explore a new Cinema Without Screens. Artists Live Timeline Actions … Continue reading

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Peaches

This is our favourite Peaches’ video, Lose you where our hero turns her bedroom into an expanded cinema… This footage of her live on the Henry Rollins’ show is astounding too…

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Expanded

Diagram by fluxus founder George Mancunias, from the 1966 EXPANDED CINEMA issue of Film Culture. Many thanks to Lucy Reynolds for the diagram.

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