VJIC: "Can An Artist Create Their Own Unique Language " Lawrence Brose

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Subject: VJIC: "Can An Artist Create Their Own Unique Language " Lawrence Brose
Date: September 29th 2021
VASA Journal on Images and Culture

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Can An Artist Create Their Own Unique Language

Sixth and final essay by: Lawrence Brose, USA

"A Video Conversation"

© Lawrence Brose, still from De Pofundis

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VJIC Essay:" A video conversation"

Lawrence Brose
is an experimental film artist and has created over thirty films since 1983.  His films have been shown at international film festivals, museums, art galleries, and cinematheques in the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. Brose’s most recent film, De Profundishas been greeted with critical acclaim and has been screened at more than eighty venues and festivals worldwide since its release. 

Brose interview
Lawrence Brose in conversation with Roberto Muffoletto

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Editor note:
This is the sixth and final thread in the series of essays (threads) addressing the VJIC theme "Can an artist create their own unique langauge?".

Authors include:
Nkosinathi Dlamini, Linquist, Austria,
Mike Amrose, Photographer, USA
Sandeep Biswas, Photographer, India
Andreas Muller, Theorist, Austria
Paula Flores, Mexico
Lawrence Brose, Filmmaker, USA

VJIC Themes: Hungarian Photography (Sandor Szilagyi), Phenonology of Photography (Ione Manzali) the Quantum and the Visual Arts (Dan Duda), Photography and the Holocaust: Then and Now (Robert Hirsch), Th Idea of a Wall (Stefano Ruffa) and Only Women Can Do That, (Sabine Kutt)

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