Membership Premiums 2013
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All Members Receive:
--Expedited Processing of Research Requests
--Special offers to purchase books and DVDs
--Invitations to special parties, viewings, events, talks and lectures
--Participation in Members-Only online discussion group, where you can publicize your own work, receive advance news of events, exhibitions, screenings, research and publications signficant to the field, and DVD releases, and participate in discussions on various visual music-related topics.
--Discounts and/or free images for their publications (subject to yearly limit)
--Members at $125 Friend level and above receive free tickets to selected CVM screenings/events/exhibitions. Members at lower levels receive a free ticket to CVM screenings.
$25 - Student Level, Seniors and Disabled.
$50 - General Member - 1 free ticket to selected CVM screenings/events, when applicable.
$125 - Friend Level - Above benefits, 2 free tickets to events or screenings, and choice of one of the following:
BOOK: Evers, Frans. The Academy of the Senses: Synesthetics in Science, Art and Education. Edited by Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, Joost Rekveld, Eric Parren. The Hague:ArtScience Interfaculty Press, 2012. 300 pages, English, paperback. A study of the scientific approaches to synesthesia, related to the psycho-physical research conducted by Evers during his studies at the university; an alternative art history of the twentieth century based on the double paradigm of Castel’s clavecin oculaire and Wagner’s Gesamtkunstwerk; and a full account of the genesis of the Interfaculty Image & Sound. To encompass this entire range of subject, Evers coined a new term, “synesthetics,” to denote the experience, creative force, and study of synesthesia. Provides anyone with an interest in the wondrous realm of multimedia arts and synesthesia as a creative force, whether student or professional, an introduction into the foundations and extensions of seeing sound and hearing colors throughout the centuries. (This book may also be purchased at our online store).
Small artist's monograph, published by CVM, 2010. Designs from Elfriede Fischinger's art school sketchbook, Gelnhausen, Germany (while supplies last)
One Vintage Fischinger card or promotional ad with a Fischinger painting image:
L to R: (A) Red Bowl promo emphemera, with text inside. Center, (B) Greeting Card, blank inside. Right, (C) ad for painting, single sided.
Vintage 13-page Program notes/brochure from William Moritz/Elfriede Fischinger's 1972 European tour: Oskar Fischinger and West Coast Filmmakers with an extensive Oskar Fischinger program, and three separate "West Coast Underground" film programs. Includes Fischinger chronology, and film descriptions for films including Lapis, Eneri, Allures, Radio Dynamics, 7362, Waterfall (Chick Strand), EF (J. Reidel) and more. German language.
$200 - Patron Level - Choice of one of the following:
James Whitney/William Moritz "Lapis" poster for 1977 Los Angeles County Museum of Art series, "A James Whitney Retrospective," guest curator William Moritz. Reverse has text by Moritz and others about James Whitney’s films. Shipped rolled, in tube.
NEW Fischinger book: Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967), Experiments in Cinematic Abstraction. Keefer, Cindy and J. Guldemond, eds. Co-published by EYE Filmmuseum and Center for Visual Music. Distributed by Thames & Hudson. 240 pages, extensive color illustrations.
"I .... Sleeping (Being a Dream Journal and Parenthetical Explication)" out of print book by Stan Brakhage. Staten Island, NY: Island Cinema Resources and Visual Studies Workshop, 1988. Robert Haller, Ed. Softcover. Gift of Robert Haller, Anthology Film Archives. only one left
Flipbook (1970) , "Film-Flip, A 3-Second Part of Mutoscope Reel No. 1 by Oskar Fischinger" made by Elfriede Fischinger, 1970. Limited edition, out of print. Approximately 150 pages, stapled stiff wrap binding. Elfriede Fischinger address stamp on verso. Gift of The Fischinger Trust.
John Whitney screening: Vintage Advertising Flyer for Theatre Vanguard, Los Angeles screening, early 1970s. Curated by William Moritz. 11 x 14, illustrated.
Experimental Animation: Origins of a New Art by Robert Russett and Cecile Starr. Da Capo Press, 1988. A "must have" animation book, with over 50 interviews and first-person accounts that describe the work of dozens of filmmakers. including Alexander Alexeieff and Claire Parker, Hans Richter, Viking Eggerling, Oskar Fischinger, Mary Ellen Bute, Berthold Bartosch, Robert Breer, Dwinell Grant, Harry Smith, Larry Jordan, StanVanDerBeek, Ed Emshwiller, John Whitney, Ken Knowlton, Barry Spinello and many more. With nearly 300 illustrations, and filmographies. This copy is not signed. Revised edition, Paperback, 224 pages. One available. Plus a copy of either our Fischinger or Belson DVD.
$500 - Benefactor Level - Choice of Whitney poster or flyer from Patron level plus one of the following:
Hy Hirsh (1911-1961), Paris Auto, 1959. Archival Giclee print from Hirsh's original 35mm transparency. Printed by CVM in 2013. 14 x 9 image, with white border (border not shown). Unframed. 1/20. First in a series of prints of Hy Hirsh's Paris, printed by CVM from vintage slides. Hirsh was an American photographer and filmmaker who spent his final years in Paris, late 1950s-1961. More about Hy Hirsh and his work (PDF monograph). Visit CVM's Hirsh site for more examples of his photography, including other Paris autos.
Robert Seidel, splitter #1 (2013). Lambda print, signed. Edition of 5 + 2AP, signed. 60 x 40 centimeters. Larger view. Study for a new installation projection. Printed in Berlin. Artist's Biography (PDF).
Oskar Fischinger silk scarf. This beautiful handmade 36-inch square silk scarf was produced exclusively for the Whitney Museum Store and is a stunning reproduction of a still from Oskar Fischinger's Raumlichtkunst which was recreated/restored by the Center for Visual Music. (photo, courtesy Whitney Museum). FULL VIEW OF SCARF. This scarf retails for $98 at The Whitney Museum, New York. Based on image from center panel of Raumlichtkunst - installation shot below, Whitney Museum, 2012. Photo (c) CVM.
Signed copy of "Optical Poetry: The Life and Work of Oskar Fischinger," biography by William Moritz. Signed by Moritz in early 2004. Moritz was Fischinger's biographer, who worked with The Fischinger Archive and Elfriede Fischinger for over 3 decades until his death in 2004. One available.
$1000 Level - Founders Circle Member.
Premium: Your name prominently displayed in CVM publications, programs, website, as part of its Founders Circle. Plus a DVD (choice of Belson, Romero or Fischinger), copy of new Fischinger book, and choice of premium from Patron level above.
$5000 Angel Level
Premium: A very special original item from The Fischinger Collection, plus new Fischinger book, Whitney poster, and inclusion in the Founders Circle. Inquire.
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