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Author: Gene Youngblood,R. Buckminster Fuller
ISBN: 0525101527
Subcategory: Movies
Pages 432 pages
Publisher E. P. Dutton; 1st edition (1970)
Language English
Category: Humor
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by Gene Youngblood,R. Buckminster Fuller


Expanded Cinema Paperback – January, 1970.

Expanded Cinema Paperback – January, 1970. by Gene Youngblood (Author), R. Buckminster Fuller (Introduction). New technological extensions of the medium have become necessary. Thus he concentrates on the advanced image-making technologies of computer films, television experiments, laser movies, and multiple-projection environments, laser movies, and multiple-projection environments.

Expanded Cinema Hardcover – 1970.

Expanded Cinema book. Here's from Buckminster Fuller's Introduction, page 26: "As yet preoccupied only with visible, static, newspicture views of superficial surfaces of people and things - with a one-millionth fraction of reality which it has cartooned in utter falsehood - society fails to realize that several hundred thousand radio or tv communications are at all times invisibly present everywhere around our planet.

Gene Youngblood (born 30 May 1942), is a theorist of media arts and politics, and a respected scholar in the history and theory of alternative cinemas. He is also known for his pioneering work in the media democracy movement, a subject on which he has taught, written, and lectured since 1967. Gene Youngblood’s books.

Introduction by R. Buckminster Fuller. P. Dutton & C. In. New York 1970. Gene Youngblood's book represents the most important metaphysical scenario for coping with all of the ills of educational systems based only on yesterday's Newtonian-type thinking.

Gene Youngblood is an internationally known theorist of electronic media arts, and a respected scholar in the history and theory of experimental film and video art, which he has taught for 34 years. He is the author of Expanded Cinema (1970), the first book about video as an art medium, which was influential in establishing the field of media arts. He is also widely known as a pioneering voice in the Media Democracy movement, and has been teaching Media and Democracy for 30 years.

Introduction by Buckminster Fuller. Items related to Expanded Cinema. Introduction by Buckminster Fuller. Home YOUNGBLOOD, GENE. 432 p. includes index and selected bibliography; red cloth in pictorial white jacket with light wear & soil; one chip bottom back edge. Gene Youngblood's book is the most brilliant conceptioning of the objectively positive use of the Scenario-Universe principle. From the introduction by Fuller). Very Good dust, in protective mylar wrap. Published by Dutton, .

Complete text of the essential video art text, "Expanded Cinema" by Gene Youngblood. Includes complete text of the book and 12 pages of color plates featuring selected referenced works. Fascinating history of a new art form with extensive examples and features of key artists

Complete text of the essential video art text, "Expanded Cinema" by Gene Youngblood. Fascinating history of a new art form with extensive examples and features of key artists. Rare and highly recommended.

Artifacts of R Buckminster Fuller: a comprehensive collection of his designs and drawings in 4 volumes. Expanded cinema, Gene Youngblood; with introduction by R. Buckminster Fuller London: Studio Vista, 1970 ISBN 0525472630. Aa shelfmark: 79. 3 you (store). Aa shelfmark: 74. 36(73):92FUL war (gall-ref).

ARTSCILAB 2001 258 Expanded Cinema million homes have television sets. There are 14 million color sets alone in this country. In fact, there are more television sets in American homes today than telephones, bathtubs, or refrigerators

ARTSCILAB 2001 258 Expanded Cinema million homes have television sets. In fact, there are more television sets in American homes today than telephones, bathtubs, or refrigerators. Television antennas bristle from the rooftops of ghetto shacks that don't even have plumbing. An estimated quarter-billion television receivers are in use around the world. Yet, because of political sovereignties and profit-motive selfishness, more than one-third of humanity is illiterate. Television, like the computer, is a sleeping giant

Good+ hardcover with DJ. FIRST EDITION. Pages are clean and unmarked. Covers (Red cloth with title in white to spine. Black end papers. ) show very minor shelf wear. Binding is tight, hinges strong. Dust jacket (Red, white and blue design with white lettering) shows light edge wear. This book has been affected by damp basement storage conditions and has a slight musty smell with minor dust dulling on top page edge.
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This book is hard to find in Japan and has been regarded as the Bible for the media creators. I've finally got it! Thank you very much.
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In better condition than I would have expected! Amazing book, btw.
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In a brilliant and far-ranging study, Gene Youngblood traces the evolution of cinematic language to the end of fiction, drama, and realism. New technological extensions of the medium have become necessary. Thus he concentrates on the advanced image-making technologies of computer films, television experiments, laser movies, and multiple-projection environments, laser movies, and multiple-projection environments. Outstanding works in each field are analyzed in detail. Methods of production are meticulously described, including interviews with artists and technologists. Expanded Cinema is filled with provocative post-McLuhan philosophical probes into :"the Paleocybernetic Age," "the videosphere," and "the new nostalgia," all in the context of what the author calls "the global intermedia network." In "Image-Exchange and the Post-Mass Audience Age," Mr. Youngblood discusses the revolutionary implications of videotape cassettes and cable television as educational tools. His observations are placed in a comprehensive perspective by an inspiring introduction written by R. Buckmister Fuller. Vast in scope, both philosophical and technical, Expanded Cinema will be invaluable to all who are concerned with the audio-visual extensions of man, the technologies that are reshaping the nature of human communication.