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Douglas Gordon: Timeline - Hardcover

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Douglas Gordon: Timeline - Hardcover

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Edited by Klaus Biesenbach

 
Throughout his career, Douglas Gordon has engaged in an ongoing reflection on the motion picture. By altering and recontextualizing familiar and popular films in order to throw into high relief the relationship between film, memory, and identity, Gordon examines the relationship between movies and our perception of them, and, effectively, sculpts time itself.
 
Accompanying the exhibition that focused on Douglas Gordon's filmic work, this book is an extended meditation on the interwoven themes of film, psychoanalysis, and cultural and global events, and the way in which all of these have affected the idea of individual biography. It explores the idea of the collective and the personal through a collaboration with the artist: a series of iconic images of events from the past forty years (a nod to Gordon's birth date of 1966) that deal with the idea of visual memory and shared visual knowledge. 304 pp.; 334 illus.
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    12.75w x 9.75"h
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