ART PAPERS 03.04 - July/Aug 1979 - SOLD OUT
Issue 04 features an interview with filmmaker Victor Nunez who had just wrapped his arguably most notable film, Gal Young Un (1979). Some of Nunez's other films up until that point involved southern investigation—A Circle in the Fire, for example, was adapted from the short story by Flannery O'Connor. Gayla Jamison writes of Nunez: "In Gal Young Un, Nunez skillfully translates the soft rolling hills of a South Georgia dairy farm and piney woods into a gothic O'Connor landscape."
Later, writer Dick Robinson begins a series on Avant-Garde music with a discussion of the first-ever published electronic music score, Karlheinz Stockhausen's "Studie II." Of Stockhausen, Robinson writes "'ways of forming,' one to a piece, are in themselves the form." Flip the page to find "TWO FEMINIST ARTISTS: Two Views" by Julia A. Fenton and Alyson Pou, which discusses Nancy Spero's "Women: Appraisals, Dance and Active Histories" and Mary Beth Edelson's work on recovering and representing myths of powerful goddesses.
Also included: an in-depth Atlanta gallery survey, and an obituary for beloved Atlanta photographer and teacher Edmund Marshall.
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