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The exhibition “5x,” an audio-visual spectacle at the Foksal Gallery, Warsaw, 1966, organized by Grzegorz Kowalski, Zygmunt Krauze, Henryk Morel and Cezary Szubartowski; photographed by Eustachy Kossakowski
Stephen Prina references
Simon Leung “Contemporary Returns to Conceptual Art: Renée Green, Silvia Kolbowski, and Stephen Prina”, Art Journal, Vol. 60, No 2, Summer, 2001.
Nuit Banai, “Stephen Prina: Mutating Modernism”, Art Papers, September-October, 2008.
Pedro de Llano, “Displacement and Translation in the Work of Stephen Prina”, Afterall, 2009.
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Carl Andre, Poems 1958-1974. Exhibition Poster, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.
David Hall & Tony Sinden - This Surface 1972
Structural Film Anthology
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Free PDF: An impossibly hard to find early text on Structuralist film.
With the screening of Michael Snow's Wavelength at the 1967 Knokke Experimental Film Festival, a new means of discussing a certain type of filmmaking was ushered into the lexicon: ‘Structuralism’.
Hal Foster discusses Jacques Rancière’s, “The Misadventures of Critical Thought,” in The Emancipated Spectator and Bruno Latour’s, “Why Has Critique Run Out of Steam,” in Critical Theory, at the 2012 Clark Symposium, Art, Theory, and the Critique of Ideology, 1975-1995.