Silence and the Image: Raymond Depardon's New York, N.Y.
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What was given up in giving up the silence of film, in particular the silence of the city? Echoing Stanley Cavell, this essay contemplates Raymond Depardon’s experimental documentary New York, N.Y. (1985), a film that travels between sound and silence, quietly addressing questions concerning the nature of the photographic medium itself.
|Journal||IIIIXIII: Four By Three|
|Journal publication date||29 Oct 2016|
|State||Published - 29 Oct 2016|