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Frieze Film 2008

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Frieze Film 2008: Road Movie  is a four-part film created by artists and film-makers that was produced on YouTube. An experiment in film-making, the final result was a film made in an entirely new way: the first multi-authored fractal film assembled by the artists and curator out of the sum of the submitted parts.

Inspired by Cormac McCarthy’s 2006 novel The Road, the project used the road as a leitmotif for a non-linear journey through the post-apocalyptic landscape. 

The four-part series of films was broadcast between Monday 13 - Thursday 16 October on Channel 4.

 

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Artist's Picks

To accompany Frieze Film: Road Movie, we asked the 11 artists commissioned for Frieze Projects 2008 to share their favourite clips from YouTube.

Frieze Film is curated by Neville Wakefield under the auspices of Frieze Foundation and is supported by Channel 4.


Artist's Picks

To accompany Frieze Film: Road Movie, we asked some artists commissioned for Frieze Projects 2008 to share their favourite clips from YouTube.

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Frieze Projects 2006–2008

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The second in a series of publications recording the commissions and talks at Frieze Art Fair. Featuring artists including Mike Nelson and Richard Prince and speakers from Dave Hickey to Adrian Piper.

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