- London Filmmakers' Co-op, London, England
"Take Measure is usually the shortest of my films, measuring in feet that intangible space separating screen from projector box (which is counted on the screen by the image of a film synchronizer). Instead of being fed into the projector from a reel, the film is strung between projector and screen. When the film starts, the film snakes backwards through the audience as it is consumed by the projector." - William Raban, Perspectives on British Avant-Garde Film catalogue, 1977
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