Future Cinema

Course Site for Future Cinema 1 and Future Cinema 2: Applied Theory at York University, Canada

Tony Oursler

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    Tony Oursler’s work spans from the video era to the present digital age. His CD-ROM, “Fantastic Prayers” (2000) gave me a bit more context for thinking about Chris Marker’s “Immemory.” The website for Fantastic Prayers offers a breakdown of the piece’s navigation, as well as brief excerpts (including a navigable 360-degree panorama of Ludlow and a short clip of Sonic Youth). His video art tends to work with expanding notions of screens and much of his work is projected on organically-shaped surfaces, smoke and buildings.

    Tony Oursler’s Homepage

    Fantastic Prayers

Tue, October 4 2005 » 1970s, Future Cinema, database

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