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FILM

Michael Snow, New York Eye and Ear Control, 1964


MEDIUM

Film.


COLLABORATORS

Soundtrack commissioned by Snow: Albert Ayler, tenor saxophone; Don Cherry, trumpet; John Tchicai, alto saxophone; Roswell Rudd, trombone; Gary Peacock, bass; Sonny Murray, drums. Paul Haines, recording technician, also wrote a poem for the film.


AUDIO-VISUAL FORMAT

16 mm, 34 min., black and white, sound.


COLLECTION

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (Ont.), Canada; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (Ont.), Canada; Musée National d’Art Moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France.


DISTRIBUTION

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, Toronto (Ont.), Canada; The Film-makers' Cooperative, New York (NY), United States; Paris Films Coop/Cinédoc, Paris, France; Lux, London, United Kingdom.


NOTES

Soundtrack also released as a vinyl LP record, 1966 (ESP-Disk).

Michael Snow, New York Eye and Ear Control
Four excerpts from the film, courtesy of the artist.
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