More Views

Vibrations Vibrations

£15.98

Description

Details

Christian Lebrat, born in 1952 in Paris, is an internationally acclaimed artist with a career spanning over 30 years. He is a filmmaker, video artist, performance artist and photographer, as well as a publisher, curator and writer. Since 1976 he has created over twenty experimental films, videos, and film performances, along with a formidable body of photographic work. In the last ten years he has had over a dozen major retrospectives of his films in different international cities. He began working in photography in 1978 and has been exhibiting regularly since 1982. Recent solo exhibitions in Marseille, Pantin (France), Toronto and Italy show new works in film, video, photography, and sculpture. His works are in several public collections, such as: Musee national d'art moderne (Centre Pompidou), FNAC, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Bibliotheque nationale de France. In 1985 he founded Paris Experimental (http://paris-experimental.asso.fr), a publishing company entirely devoted to publishing theoretical and historical texts on avant-garde and experimental cinema. He has published several essential books on the subject and edited the monumental anthology on French avant-garde film, Jeune, Dure et Pure! Une histoire du cinema d'avant-garde et experimental en France (2001). He has also published a collection of essays and lectures on his own films (Between images, Paris Experimental, 1997) and a compilation of his texts (Radical cinema, Paris Experimental, 2008). As a curator he has organized several retrospectives, amongst them Jeune, dure et pure! Une histoire du cinema d'avant-garde et experimental en France (Cinematheque francaise, Paris, 2001), Le Cinema visionnaire: l'avant-garde americaine (Paris and Rome, 2002), and Maurice Lemaitre et le cinema (Paris, 2005). His most recent recognition include: 2007 Prize of the MoCCA (Museum of Contemporary Cinema, in Madrid) for Ultra, film performance for 2 x 16 mm projectors and loops. His video V1 (Vortex) has been acquired in 2008 by the Fonds National d'Art Contemporain (French public collection) and most recently his 'historical' film Organisation I and performance Liminal Minimal have joined the Centre Pompidou Collection. This DVD brings contains: Film numero deux, 1976, 4 min Couleurs delicieuses sur fond bleu, 1976, 9 min Organisation I, 1977, 5 min Liminal Minimal I et II, 1977, 17 min - performances for two projectors Reseaux, 1978, 8 min Trama, 1978-80, 10 min Autoportrait au dispositif, 1981, 9 min Holon, 1981-82, 13 min Le Moteur de l'action (A.M.D), 1985, 8 min All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work are reserved. Unless authorized by the rights holder, no duplication, hiring, lending or public screenings are allowed. For institutional purchase please contact Re:Voir directly. Christian Lebrat, born in 1952 in Paris, is an internationally acclaimed artist with a career spanning over 30 years. He is a filmmaker, video artist, performance artist and photographer, as well as a publisher, curator and writer. Since 1976 he has created over twenty experimental films, videos, and film performances, along with a formidable body of photographic work. In the last ten years he has had over a dozen major retrospectives of his films in different international cities. He began working in photography in 1978 and has been exhibiting regularly since 1982. Recent solo exhibitions in Marseille, Pantin (France), Toronto and Italy show new works in film, video, photography, and sculpture. His works are in several public collections, such as: Musee national d'art moderne (Centre Pompidou), FNAC, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Bibliotheque nationale de France. In 1985 he founded Paris Experimental (http://paris-experimental.asso.fr), a publishing company entirely devoted to publishing theoretical and historical texts on avant-garde and experimental cinema. He has published several essential books on the subject and edited the monumental anthology on French avant-garde film, Jeune, Dure et Pure! Une histoire du cinema d'avant-garde et experimental en France (2001). He has also published a collection of essays and lectures on his own films (Between images, Paris Experimental, 1997) and a compilation of his texts (Radical cinema, Paris Experimental, 2008). As a curator he has organized several retrospectives, amongst them Jeune, dure et pure! Une histoire du cinema d'avant-garde et experimental en France (Cinematheque francaise, Paris, 2001), Le Cinema visionnaire: l'avant-garde americaine (Paris and Rome, 2002), and Maurice Lemaitre et le cinema (Paris, 2005). His most recent recognition include: 2007 Prize of the MoCCA (Museum of Contemporary Cinema, in Madrid) for Ultra, film performance for 2 x 16 mm projectors and loops. His video V1 (Vortex) has been acquired in 2008 by the Fonds National d'Art Contemporain (French public collection) and most recently his 'historical' film Organisation I and performance Liminal Minimal have joined the Centre Pompidou Collection. This DVD brings contains: Film numero deux, 1976, 4 min Couleurs delicieuses sur fond bleu, 1976, 9 min Organisation I, 1977, 5 min Liminal Minimal I et II, 1977, 17 min - performances for two projectors Reseaux, 1978, 8 min Trama, 1978-80, 10 min Autoportrait au dispositif, 1981, 9 min Holon, 1981-82, 13 min Le Moteur de l'action (A.M.D), 1985, 8 min All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work are reserved. Unless authorized by the rights holder, no duplication, hiring, lending or public screenings are allowed. For institutional purchase please contact Re:Voir directly.

Extras

40 page bilingual English/French booklet.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 3493551101079
Year 1976-85 (DVD 2014)
Director Lebrat, Christian
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Re:Voir
Countries France
Aspect ratio 04:03
Colour Colour + B&W
Running time 81 min
DVD region 0, PAL
Certificate N/a

Tags