2014 | FIlm
Jorge Honik: Experimental Films 1968-75
by Jorge Honik
Like the still-shining light from a dead star, the films Jorge Honik meticulously constructed during the 1960s
and 70s continue to strike the present of his imagination with all the force of forty years ago. -Pablo Marín
There are 50 numbered silkscreen copies of this limited edition, completely bilingual (English–Spanish) production, which includes seven of Honik's Super 8 films. Printed and produced in New York City in 2014.
Jorge Honik: Experimental Films 1968-1975
Essay by Pablo Marín, in English and Spanish
Texts by Jorge Honik
Silkscreen Limited Edition
New Scene to Scene Spirit DataCine and Da Vinci color corrected transfers
to High Definition done especially for this publication at Technicolor, New York.
GAUDÍ ASESINADO POR UN TRANVÍA (1968)
UN PASEO (1969 )
LA MIRADA ERRANTE I (1970)
PASSACAGLIA Y FUGA (1975)
About the Authors
Jorge Honik was born in Buenos Aires in 1940. From a young age he has devoted himself to literature, alternating between narrative and playwriting. After finishing his university studies in Pharmacy, he traveled for ten years throughout the world. This experience influenced an important part of his visual and literary works, and is evident in several of his Super 8 films. Upon his return to Argentina, he settled in the south. Since then, he has taught in the Arts and Exact Sciences, and continues to initiate projects related to film, literature, theater and music. Honik’s dedication as coordinator of film workshops in Río Negro high schools was recognized at the First Young Art Biennial of San Carlos de Bariloche (Argentina) in 1993, where a work that won First Prize had been created in one of his workshops. His literary works have been published at the regional and national levels and have been recognized on several occasions.
Pablo Marín was born in 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In addition to teaching (Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires; Centro de Investigación y Enseñanza en Cine y Video (CYEVIC), Buenos Aires) and writing on film (La región central, Kilómetro 111), he is a film and video curator and filmmaker. His films have been premiered at several festivals (International Experimental Cinema Exposition (TIE), Denver), and shown at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, London Film Festival, Austrian Film Museum, Anthology Film Archives (New York City), Starting from Scratch (Netherlands), Millennium Film Workshop (New York City), Pleasure Dome (Canada), Malba (Argentina), Avanto Festival (Finland), no.w.here (England), Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley), among others. In 2009 he was invited as a visiting artist at the Contemporary Art Foundation (Fundación de Arte Contemporáneo (FAC)) in Montevideo, Uruguay, and as a filmmaker and lecturer at the exhibit Displacement: Cinema out of site at the Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
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