Video and Film space ; Chrissie Iles
The spatial issues of video and film installation can be said to have evolved in three distinct phases.
1. The first phase can broadly termed the phenomenological, performative phase
2. Scultural phase
3. current phase, the cinematic phase.
The earliest video and film instalaltions made from the mid-to late 1960s presented two different philosiphical appraoches to space. Expanded cinema … and an emerging body of video work with a rigorously conceptual appraoch to viewer participation and social space. These two very different sensibilities epiomized the differences between the media of film and video. (252)
Expanded cinema : These large projected film images transformed the sapce into a three-dimensional iamge, a kind of communal dream space, or metaphor of expanded consciousness. Video, on the other hand, the real time. live feedback에 영향 받는다. ㅇ것은 Their development was intimately connected with performacne, conceptural art, and minimalism’s radical shift of meaning rom the object to the viewer in space. (253)
Space became the primary site for this inquiry, and, as such, the viewer’s relationship with space became introspective.
As the languages of film and video have become increasingly conflated, the specific physical, perceptual, and spatial possibilties offered by both media in their original physical forms are being readdressed by a new generation of artists. (262)