A Relational Video Grammar: Disavowal ()


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A Relational Video Grammar: Disavowal (2012, 10:18 Mins) is part of a series of videos that study of the production of speech in artists' direct address to camera. For A Relational Video... See more »

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Tzvet Lazar

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A Relational Video Grammar: Disavowal (2012, 10:18 Mins) is part of a series of videos that study of the production of speech in artists' direct address to camera. For A Relational Video Grammar: Disavowal the subject was left alone with the camera and invited to talk directly to it. The resulting video explores a delicate balancing act of what speech can be withheld and what can be released. The video features Tzvet Lazar. Written by Anonymous

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