Director: Scott Bartlett
Year: 1968
Time:  9 mins
Music: Manny Meyer
Eye of Sound: It all starts with an Eye. Inside the Eye, cognition emits superimposed loops of visual distortion. With a blink of an eye, chromatic error confounds outside information, culminating in a Rorschach pool of shapes. Meyer's prophetic soundtrack breathes the same change of airs. It starts with a proto-techno industrial pulse, ordering perceived reality, and culminates in an explosion of electronic noise. A revolutionary films, in so many ways.

OffOn (1968, Scott Bartlett)
OffOn (1968) information, ranked #2296 by Films101, directed by Scott Bartlett.

Scott Bartlett - The Film-Makers' Cooperative On-Line Catalog
The finished film was called OFFON. in 1980, Bartlett recreated the event in a video Scott Bartlett. Offon Re-Released (1968) 16mm, color, sound, 9 min

Canyon Cinema: The Films of Scott Bartlett
Offon. "The language of OFFON is evocation. We gaze at these iconic forms Sheldon Renan, Curator, Pacific Film Archive. 1968, 16mm, color/so, 10m, $30 In the summer of 1967, Mike MacNamee, Glen McKay and Scott Bartlett met for

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Sixties Synaesthetics - Wed. April 14, 2010 | Visual Music
Films include a newly-restored print of Jud Yalkut's Turn, Turn, Turn (1966), Scott Bartlett and Tom DeWitt's landmark “electronic film” OffOn (1968),

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Scott Bartlett. Metanomen (1966) 16mm, black and white, sound, 8 min ... Scott Bartlett. Offon Re-Released (1968) 16mm, color, sound, 9 min.

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Other video works edited in this manner include Fall, 1971; Outta Space (1978) and Off On, 1968 made with Scott Bartlett and others.

16mm Experimental Films - Enoch Pratt Free Library
Pratt also owns Scott Bartlett's OffOn (1968), Moon 69 (1969), OffOn (1968) dir. Scott Bartlett. An experimental film made by feeding film loops into a

The Exploding Eye: A Re-Visionary History of 1960s American
The late Scott Bartlett's films Metanomen (1966), Off/On (1968) and Moon (1969) exemplified San Francisco's preferred form of cinematic discourse for a

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Jun 8, 2005 OffOn (1968, 9 minutes), Scott Bartlett's avant-garde film, the first to fully merge film and video. The Fall of the House of Usher (1928,