"Music is the cup that holds the wine of silence. Sound is that cup, but empty. Noise is that cup, but broken.”

Robert Fripp


22/11/2016

Aleph

 

"Aleph" (1956-1966) is the unique movie directed by the american artist Wallace Berman (1926-1976).

Involved in the 50s in the "beat artistic scene", Wallace Berman has been called the "father" of assemblage art. He created "Verifax collages", which consist of photocopies of images from magazines and newspapers, mounted onto a flat surface in a collage fashion, mixed with occasional solid areas of acrylic paint.
He is well known for his magazine "Semina" which consisted of photographs, texts, drawings, images and poetry by writers Michael McLure, Charles Bukowski, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Jean Cocteau and other ones.

Originally, the "Aleph" movie is silent, but this version is scored by Mellankeffekt.

with probably some figures (poets, singers ...) of the Beat Generation to identify.
Thanks for response' elements!


 

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