Gene Youngblood's Expanded Cinema

Expanded Cinema by Gene Youngblood, the first book to consider video as an art form, was influential in establishing the field of media arts. In the book he argues that a new, expanded cinema is required for a new consciousness.

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Byjina Flores (Whitney, John, Jr.)
Contact: A Cybernetic Sculpture (Levine)
Iris (Levine)

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • 7362
  • Allures
  • Beatles Electroniques
  • Bike Boy
  • Billabong
  • Binary Bit Patterns
  • Black Gate Cologne (A Light Play)
  • Black TV
  • Blue Movie
  • Brandy in the Wilderness
  • Capriccio
  • Catalog
  • Chinese Firedrill
  • Chronicle of a Summer
  • Cibernetik 5.3
  • Cinema Metaphysique No. 1-5
  • David Holzman's Diary
  • Dog Star Man
  • Dog Star Man: Part I
  • Dog Star Man: Part II
  • Dog Star Man: Part III
  • Dog Star Man: Part IV
  • Einstine
  • Electronic Moon No. 2
  • Electronic Yoga
  • The Empire of Things
  • Exploding Plastic Inevitable
  • Flesh
  • Fuses
  • Georg
  • Hummingbird
  • In the Labyrinth
  • Lapis
  • The Leap
  • Lonesome Cowboys
  • The Lovely Month of May
  • The Medium Is the Medium
  • Metanomen
  • Momentum
  • Monument
  • Moon 1969
  • Music With Balls
  • My Hustler
  • The Nude Restaurant
  • OffOn
  • P+A-I(k)
  • Permutations
  • Phenomena
  • Poem Field No. 1
  • Poem Field No. 2
  • Poem Field No. 3
  • Poem Field Series
  • Prelude: Dog Star Man
  • Re-entry
  • Samadhi
  • Videotape Study No. 3
  • Vortex V presentation reel
  • Watersmith
  • Wavelength
  • We Are Young
  • XFilm