Angles of Incidence

by Raban, William

Film: 16mm 1973

Arts Council of England/Great Britain

'This film is the starting point of a continuous investigation into ways of presenting cubist space in terms of the flat surface of the film screen. The film image is the view through a window, the window-frame providing a constant spatial reference point, as the view beyond is modified by a series of major and minor variations in camera viewpoint. The film is presented un-edited just as it was filmed in the camera. The patterns of camera movement are not the product of a pre-given shooting script, but rather they evolved actually at the time of filming.' - W.R.

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Shown in Avant-garde British Landscape Films Tate, 1975


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