Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Kine-Calligraphy For A New Era : Cantrills Expanded Cinema 1971/2006/2009
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'Artists, experimental filmmakers, poets and their associates have a covert history of exploration beyond the standard arrangement of audience, beam and screen. In expanded cinema, as the late Paul Arthur noted, the commitment "is to an ethos of spontaneity" that contradicts not just the classical cinema's normal exhibition mode, but also critically "ruptures the privatized and quietist dynamics of avant-garde presentation linking static spectators to a static screen" .' (Introduction)

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