Abigail Child

Films

B/Side

Mayhem

Related Links

Artist’s Website

Canyon Cinema

Film-Makers’ Cooperative

Wikipedia

Archival Collections

Museum of Modern Art

Child, Abigail.

Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material.

1 folder.

References

“Abigail Child and Michael Gordon.” Cineaction 79. 15 Dec. 2009 : 69-72. Print.
BALZANO, WANDA. “ABIGAIL CHILD’S MIRROR WORLD: FEMINIST REFLECTIONS.” Millennium Film Journal 53 (2010): 68–80. Print.
Bruyn, Dirk de. “Abigail Child Trilogy; ‘Adynata: Murder’s Not a Story.’” Metro Magazine (1997): 95–96. Print.
Child, Abigail. “A Motive for ‘Mayhem.’” Motion Picture 2 (1987): 5. Print.
—. “Before Agreement.” Millennium Film Journal (1989): 130–132. Print.
—. “Sound Talk.” Cinematograph 5 (1993): 25–28. Print.
—. “Truth Serum.” Cinematograph 4 (1991): 43–52. Print.
Elerding, Carolyn. “Textures of Collaboration: POP MUSIC CULTURE AND THE EXPERIMENTAL FILMS OF ABIGAIL CHILD AND BILL MORRISON.” Cineaction 79 (2009): 64–68. Print.
Falsetto, Mario. “Child, Abigail.” St. James Women Filmmakers Encyclopedia. Dec. 1999 : 76-8. Print.
James, Caryn. “Film Festival: Uncommon Places in Avant-garde Trilogy.” New York Times. 1 Oct. 1989 : 61. Print.
Jones, Kristin M. “NYFF: Views from the Avant-Garde.” Film Comment 36.6 (2000): 72. Print.
Kahn, Douglas. “Prelude to Live Cinema.” Journal of Visual Culture 10.2 (2011): 255–265.
Leskin, Madeleine. “Interview with Abigail Child.” Motion Picture 3 (1989): 39–41. Print.
“Montage of Voices.” Millennium Film Journal. Winter 1986 :250-73. Print.
Raymond, Monica. “The Pastoral in Abigail Child’s ‘Covert Action’ and ‘Mayhem.’” Cinematograph 3 (1988): 61–64. Print.
SKOLLER, JEFFREY. “Home Sweet Home.” Afterimage 26.3 (1998): 16. Print.
Wees, William C. “Carrying on: Leslie Thornton, Su Friedrich, Abigail Child and American Avant-garde Film of the Eighties.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 10 (2001): 70–95. Print.



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