• ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari
  • ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari

ON RESPONSIBILITY: THE MOVING IMAGE QUESTIONS SPECTATORSHIP by Lorenzo Lazzari

175x110, 112 pages, Offset printed, Perfect bound, Softcover, 2020.

“The book is a collection of essays which reflect on the symbolic exchange between the spectator and the moving image. The authors analyze this relationship through the analysis of different works by artists, film and video-makers such as Éric Baudelaire, Tony Conrad, Morgan Fisher, Kahlil Joseph, and Vittorio De Seta. The volume also includes an interview with eight members of Videofreex, one of the pioneering US collectives who utilised the video since the late-1960s.

Texts by Malvina Borgherini, Enrico Camporesi, Vera Dika, Sibylle de Laurens, Lorenzo Lazzari, Pascaline Morincôme, Videofreex

Translations by Jim Sunderland
Designed by Lorenzo Mason Studio

Published by

Adriatico Book Club

Regular price £12.00