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Expanded cinema as a form – of cinema and of art practice – began as early as the Dadaist performances of the 1920s and became a recognizable art form in the 1960s in Europe and America. Expanded cinema, by definition, is a ‘multi-screen work as a projection expanded event’ and it is further described by A.L. Rees in his introduction as work that was not...
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