Kvadrati sekunde edition
this artistic-film movement emerged in the 1960s and 1970s that flourished in the United Kingdom and the United States. Although Oskar Fischinger had already combined five film projectors and slides in the 1920s, which could be considered the first production of an expanded film, the practice of its radical expression was acquired just at the beginning of the second half of the 20th century, and it was then marginalized and suppressed from the theory and history of art, considered as a by—product of visual culture. The extended film now represents a new art form, a new medium and a new branch of art where a generation of younger artists that emerged in the 1990s re—actualizes the ideas of the movement, but does not repeat their forms or revive the materialistic practices of the structuralist movement that expanded the cinematographic code with analogous means of film media. Entering the digital domain and the environment of new media brings a transformation and a new direction to use the media moving images in a non—traditional way and an extension of the image to the point where it is no longer about achieving a film effect without using the film itself, but rather about the research spirit that leads to many unexpected ⁄and unlimited⁄ directions of expansion of visual ⁄and auditive⁄ horizons.
editor—Mirna Belina+Marina Kožul