Hollis Frampton
1936–1984

Introduction

Hollis William Frampton, Jr. (March 11, 1936 – March 30, 1984) was an American avant-garde filmmaker, photographer, writer, theoretician, and pioneer of digital art. He was best known for his innovative and non-linear structural films that defined the movement, including Lemon (1969), Zorns Lemma (1970), and Hapax Legomena (1971–1972), as well as his anthology book, Circles of Confusion: Film, Photography, Video: Texts, 1968–1980 (1983).

Wikidata identifier

Q477638

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Roles

Artist, cinematographer, computer artist, photographer, poet

ULAN identifier

500063853

Names

Hollis Frampton

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