Hans Richter

28 01 2010

I’ve just come across German Avant-Garde artist, Hans Richter (1888-1976). His film work with Viking Eggeling is of particular interest to me as his cinematic experimentations with sound and fragmented plains hold relevance in my own practice. To date, these are the earliest examples of this kind of work that I can find (1920s) and it is useful when contextualizing my visual aesthetic historiographically.




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23 03 2010
Contextualizing the Project and My Creative Practice: Curatorial Notes « Rod Dioso

[…] images in the 1920s that did use a traditional narrative.  Please link here for more information (https://roddioso.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/hans-richter/ and […]

23 03 2010
Criticality in Framework Presentations: Curatorial Notes « Rod Dioso

[…] also deepening my knowledge in cinematic language by analyzing the filmographies of Hans Richter (https://roddioso.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/hans-richter/), Wan Kar Wai, Stanley Kubric […]

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