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Wavelenght

Michael Baers

'Wavelenght' was commissioned in 2005 by the British conceptual art gallery, Floating IP. Text is comprised of two untitled essays; the first rendered in a manually generated typewriter style font and the second is in cursive.

Both present an analysis of the theory and criticism written about artist Michael Snow's seminal, structuralist film, Wavelength (1966), in which a camera slowly zooms out on a scene over a 45 minute period.

Language: English