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Understanding science

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posted on 2012-01-01, 00:00 authored by Dirk De Bruyn
Understanding Science is about breakdown of meaning, breakdown of relationship, trying to exist in that space between meaninglessness and understanding, at its cusp, its node, its no-man's land.. It is a melting pot of more than just fragments of images, there are clusters of things, ideas, sounds, words, that swim in and out of your attention. I wanted this film to be a dense multidimensional collage of automatic writing, sound poetry and abstracting strings of images.

Program notes: Scratch Film Festival. UWA. Perth 1997

History

Event

Infinite Decimals New DVD Launch (2012 : Fitzroy, Vic.)

Publisher

Conduit Arts

Place of publication

Fitzroy, Vic.

Creation date

1992-01-01

Language

eng

Notes

ATTENTION ERA 2015 CLUSTER LEADERS: The Library does not currently have access to the research output associated with this record, please contact DRO staff for further information regarding access.drosupport@deakin.edu.auFilm available at National Film and Sound Archive Canberra. Film shown at Conduit Arts 83 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy on 17th November 2012

Publication classification

J1 Major original creative work; JR1 Recorded or Rendered Creative Works - Film, Video

Extent

1 film; 16 mm (18min.)

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DU:30016414

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