Reality's Invisible

  • Robert E. Fulton III
  • 1971
    • United States
  • 53 min
  • Production
  • Robert E. Fulton III

Fulton reconfigures the discussions between the students and the artists teaching in the Carpenter Center at Harvard in a radically non-linear fashion.Fulton reconfigures the discussions between the students and the artists teaching atthe Carpenter Center in a radically non-linear fashion. He structures the film as a breathtakingly rapid stream of sounds and images, using oblique angles, saccadic camera movement, single-frame shots, dynamic superimpositions, elaborate re-photography, direct animation and numerous other techniques to convey the manifold activities and ideas generated at Harvard.