Introduction
Michael Snow (born December 10, 1928) is a Canadian artist working in a range of media including film, installation, sculpture, photography, and music. His best-known films are Wavelength (1967) and La Région Centrale (1971), with the former regarded as a milestone in avant-garde cinema.
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Introduction
Snow is best known for his film work and is considered one of the world’s leading experimental filmmakers. He inspired the Structural Film movement with his film Wavelength (1967). His multidisciplinary work includes painting, sculpture, video, film, sound, photography, holography, drawing, writing, and music.
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Canadian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor
Name
Michael Snow
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500012551
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