Andy Warhol had an evil twin mocking him every step of the way. I am that twin, slinking from mirror to mirror.
January 8, 2011 in Art, experimental film, film art, film collage, Mashup, montage, russian, Sergei Eisenstein, surreal, Vintage film | Tags: experimental, experimental film, film, films, gaf, Gratuitous, Gratuitous Art, gratuitous art productions, Mashup, methods of montage, montage, Russian film, Sergei Eisenstein, surreal, surrealism, video
Eisenstein spent a lot of time thinking about the uses and implications of montage. Let’s have a look at his five kinds of montage.
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