Screenings

Michael Snow: Wavelength

Michael Snow. Wavelength, 1967. Images from Moments of Perception: Experimental Film in Canada

Michael Snow. Wavelength, 1967. Images from Moments of Perception: Experimental Film in Canada, published by Goose Lane Editions, 2021.

Ticketing

@ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a free, ticketed event. 

Screenings

Michael Snow: Wavelength

Wednesday, February 15, 7 PM
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario

Join us for a screening of films by Michael Snow (1928-2023) from the AGO's collection, programmed and introduced by curator, publisher/editor, writer, music programmer, and filmmaker Jim Shedden.

Standard Time, 1967, 8.5 min., colour, sound, 16mm

Wavelength, 1967, 45 min., colour, sound, 16mm

See You Later/Au Revoir, 1990, 18 min., colour, sound, 16mm

Michael Snow's highly acclaimed and influential career spans all media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film, video projection, sound art, bookmaking and experimental music. He moved to New York City in 1961, with his then wife, the artist Joyce Wieland, and established himself as a leader of avant-garde filmmaking, while continuing to push the boundaries of sculpture, photography and music. 

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