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Dates:  1944 - 2008, March
Born:  US, IL, Chicago
Died:  US, IL, Park Ridge
Active:  US
 
  
American filmmaker and photographer who was influenced by the editing and montage processes of the Russian director Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein (1898-1948). He moved on to creating composite photographs that he termed ‘Surrational Images‘.

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Quotations

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"Each person that has worked in montage has become known for his particular way of wanting to work, so they have a particular, not just eccentricity, but a fingerprint. I think that my fingerprint is a feeling for fusion and blending and metamorphosing of elements that have a sum-a material, structural semblance."
"There are (theoretical) reasons why a montage works or is something. But you have to also understand and keep your mind open to the fact that what works, works. That's the bottom line."
 
  
 
  
 
  
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