Posts Tagged: Video

Mind’s Eye

[iframe src=”” frameborder=”0″ width=”640″ height=”510″></iframe] 'The Dante Quartet' (1987) is a short film by experiential filmmaker Stan Brakhage (1933-2003). Made over 6 years, the film was created layering footage shot on 35mm, 70 mm and IMAX film with paint, colour washes, scratching and graphic patterns. A swirling motion of liquid colour, Brakhage's films are abstract… Read more »

Danse Serpentine

[iframe src=”” frameborder=”0″ width=”625″ height=”549″></iframe] Loie Fuller Art Nouveau dancer of the Folie Bergères, Paris, was famous for her performances where she would swirl billowing sails of silk as coloured lights shone upon her. Though she may not have been considered a technically gifted dancer she was known as the "magician of light". This footage from… Read more »