- Gary Doberman |
- 1984 |
- 11.5 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
"... the line between public and private imagery." - Fred Worden
"This film completely delivers on all your verbal promises about what the Aporias can conceptualize. Your most important film up to this point." - Carl Williams
"In an aesthetic sense, the roll bar - the black bar on film created by the gap between the mechanical motion of the film strip and the electronic scan of the television - is the indexical sign, the physical scar of the unbridgeable gap between two mediums, two ontologies, forced to cohabit the same materiality, and in a larger sense much more, the physical manifestation of an entire conceptual rupture." - Gary Doberman, "The Uses of Vulgarity in the Aporian Context"