EAN-130881190006993   EAN-13 barcode 0881190006993
UPC-A881190006993   UPC-A barcode 881190006993
Product NameHere Is Always Somewhere Else-Disappearance Of Bas Jan Ader (Dvd)
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Short DescriptionWeight:0.24 pounds
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Long DescriptionCult Epics and AgitPop Media proudly present Here Is Always Somewhere Else, the critically acclaimed documentary about enigmatic Dutch/Californian artist Bas Jan Ader (1942-1975), whose daring conceptual performances culminated in his mysterious disappearance at sea. As recounted through the eyes of fellow emigrant Rene Daalder, Ader's story becomes a sweeping overview of contemporary art as well as an epic saga of the trans-formative powers of the ocean.

For the first time ever, the artist's complete film oeuvre is being made publicly available in this unique two-disc edition, sure to inspire a new generation of artists, thinkers and dreamers alike.
DISC ONE (103 Mins)
- Documentary feature
- Q&A from the Los Angeles premiere at the
historic Egyptian Theater
- Video documentation of 2008 art exhibit
dedicated to Ader s Legacy
- Original Trailer

----DISC TWO (41 Mins)
- The film & video works of Bas Jan Ader
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