Snow Scene: Michael Snow in Context
Leading Michael Snow scholars discussed the artist’s lasting impact on the fields of film, sound, expanded cinema, and the visuals arts.
As part of WYSIWYG: The Films of Michael Snow, a year-long retrospective devoted to Canadian artist and filmmaker Michael Snow, film scholars discussed the poetic avant garde influences in Wavelength and the comedic inspirations in *Corpus Collosum.
Panelists included Federico Windhausen, film scholar and programmer based in Buenos Aires and Malcolm Turvey, Sol Gittleman Professor in the Department of Art and Art History and Co-Director of Film and Media Studies at Tufts University. The discussion was moderated by Chris Kennedy, filmmaker and programmer of TIFF’s Free Screen.
This Higher Learning event was held on October 16, 2015 at TIFF Bell Lightbox.