Metaphors on Vision 2:
Brakhage in the 70s
Feb. 12

Monday, Feb. 12
7:30pm
GrayDUCK Gallery
2213 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin (map)
$7 general / $5 students

Program 2 is a screening of 16mm works best known as the “Pittsburgh Trilogy,” “a trio of acknowledged masterworks that represent a radical approach to the concept of a cinematic document (as opposed to documentary) rooted in subjective observation. By training his eyes and the film medium on three subjects he felt were elusive, inscrutable, even fearful in their universality, Brakhage sought to gain some empathic foothold–if not an understanding–in these realms of authority (police), illness (hospital) and death (morgue).” – UCLA Film & Television Archive

Please Note: The Act of Seeing With One’s Own Eyes contains graphic autopsy imagery.

(See full series details at Metaphors on Vision 1: Early Stan Brakhage (Feb. 11)).

Eyes (1971)
Deus Ex (1971)
The Act of Seeing With One’s Own Eyes (1971)

See also:

Metaphors on Vision 1 Early Stan Brakhage (Feb. 11)

Metaphors on Vision 3: Menken + Brakhage (Feb. 13)

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Brakhage in the 70s
Feb. 12