Camille Baker reviews Marie Tyrell in Furtherfield.Org, a net.art journal.
Baker writes that the interactive DVD’s “… approach perhaps harkens back to the Fluxus or Structuralist Movements in experimental film making of the 60 and 70’s, where the materials for making the film were exposed, to thus, become the film content. In this case, Harrison not only used the technological materials as the product, but all the parts in the process from the funding, to the text adaptation, to the filming of political protests, to the historical fodder for the story, etc. as the materials as well.”
One Reply to “Marie Tyrell review in FURTHERFIELD”
Excellent article – thanks for that FLick, and a big thanks to Camille for writing something so indepth and unpretentious. Also, great to see it on Furtherfield as well – a good combination all round I’d say 🙂
Good luck with the film…