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Through The Looking Glass
John Cage and Avant-Garde Film
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Holly Rogers, author of Sounding the Gallery: Video and the Rise of Art Music This history asks us to re-engage with Cage's ideas about listening and perception through the lens of moving-image culture, while also encouraging us to re-read the history of experimental film from a sonic perspective. As a result, this is not just a book about Cage or avant-garde film. It's a book about the nature of collaborative creativity, the rise of audiovisual art and the emergence of new forms of intermedial culture in the Twentieth Century. Required
reading for us all!
David Bernstein, Professor of Music, Mills College Richard Brown's meticulously researched and beautifully written book reveals that Cage's collaborations with experimental filmmakers transformed his aesthetics and compositional style. It presents a brilliant new interdisciplinary perspective on Cage's music of great interest to both Cage scholars and a broader audience of readers interested in crucial cultural changes during the twentieth-century.
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Richard Brown earned a PhD in musicology from the University of Southern California. He has published articles on John Cage, experimental music, sound art, film music and copyright in The Journal of the Society for American Music, Contemporary Music Review, Leonardo, and American Music Review.
Introduction: Audiovisual(ity/ology) Chapter 1: The Spirit inside Each Object: Oskar Fischinger, Sound Phonography, and the "Inner Eye" Chapter 2: "Dreams that Money Can Buy": Trance, Myth, and Expression, 1941-1948. Chapter 3: Losing the Ground: Chance, Transparency and Cinematic Space, 1948-1958 Chapter 4: Cinema Delimina: Post-Cagean Aesthetics, Medium-Specificity, and Expanded Cinema Conclusion: "Through the Looking Glass": Poetics and Chance in John Cage's One Bibliography Index