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On Snow’s Wavelength: Zoom Out

Director in Person
Directed by Teri Wehn-Damisch.
France, 2001, digital video, color, 56 min.

In capturing the impact of Snow’s celebrated film Wavelength, filmmaker Teri Wehn-Damisch inverts that work’s formal process, beginning with a narrow field and ending with seven screens and a grand piano with the artist in performance. In between, as the frame widens, we are taken on a journey largely narrated by Snow himself: through his diverse works in still photography, cinema, and film-related forms that demonstrate the artist’s formal mastery and aesthetic evolution.

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