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Who is Abigail Child?
Abigail Child is a filmmaker, poet, and writer who has been active in experimental writing and media since the 1970s. She has completed more than thirty film and video works and installations, and six books. An acknowledged pioneer in montage, Child’s early film work addressed the interplay between sound and image through reshaping narrative tropes, prefiguring many concerns of contemporary film and media.
- born in (67 years ago) in Newark
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, film director, film editor, poet, screenwriter, cinematographer, film producer
- written works: "This is called moving", "Mob", "From Solids", "A motive for Mayhem"
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- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (Film)
- official website: abigailchild.com
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by Gerald W. R. Ward
by the American film maker Abigail Child (b 1948) and Cruises (1989) by the French film maker Cécile ...
Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
Rae Armantrout, Tom Beckett, Steve Benson, Alan Bernheimer, Charles Bernstein, David Bromige, Abigail Child, Clark Coolidge, Tina Darragh, Michael Davidson, Alan Davies, Ray DiPalma, Ted Greenwald, Robert Grenier, Carla Harryman ...
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