January 2014

Ernie Gehr’s new work

Tony Pipolo

ONE OF THE LEADING FIGURES of American avant-garde cinema since the late 1960s, Ernie Gehr has consistently explored the spatial, temporal, and granular qualities of film, upending laws of gravity and confounding optical givens, without repudiating real-world material. His most recent engagement with digital technology—represented by the five elegant works screened …

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