Holographic Art by Al Razutis Priced for 2018
Holographic art and design - productions by Al Razutis with many pages of the dense history of this work as it developed over four decades.
Avant-Garde Films With No Expiry Date
The early film works continue to be exhibited and collected and featured in contemporary critical and historical writings. Originals and restored copies are housed at the Academy Film Archives, Hollywood, USA with thanks to Mark Toscano.
My 'classic' experimental short film 98.3 KHz: (Bridge at electrical storm is now finally (!) on the web, on FaceBook and is featured in the 2018 on-line publication web site Labocine - Intimacy and Catastrophe: How Film Frames Climate Change by Kirsten Strayer, Curator/Author. Previously, this film had never been posted in its entirety on the web.
Previously, June 4th, 2016 screening of 98.3Khz: Bridge at electrical storm was at The Cinematheque, Vancouver, Canada in native film form along with a number of curated archived experimental films from the 1960's and 70's Vancouver underground - experimental film scene. These screenings were part of a full program celebrating the Cinematheque 'Archives Day' and featured introductions, discussions.
Previously, international screening of Visual Essays: Origins of Film in Italy, July 2016 at the Pesaro Film Festival.