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ABSTRACT This review of video work by Nam June Paik traces the artist's origins in the European Fluxus movement before his move to New York, where he lived until his death (in 2006) and collaborated with other artists including John Cage, Charlotte Moorman, and Yoko Ono.
ABSTRACT Following Under the Sand (2000), François Ozon's Time to Leave (2005) is the second film in a proposed trilogy about mourning. This essay explores the film's meditation on a dying gay photographer's last days, discussing how it seems to blur the distinctions between dream and reality,...
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