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ED HALTER is a critic and curator living in New York City. He is a founder and director of Light Industry, a venue for film and electronic art in Brooklyn, New York, and his writing has appeared in Artforum, the Believer, Bookforum, Cinema Scope, frieze, Little Joe, Mousse, Rhizome, Triple Canopy, the Village Voice, and elsewhere. His book From Sun Tzu to Xbox: War and Video Games was published in 2006, and he is a 2009 recipient of the Creative Capital Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. From 1995 to 2005, Halter programmed and oversaw the New York Underground Film Festival. He has curated screenings and exhibitions at Artists Space, BAM, the Flaherty Film Seminar, the ICA in London, the Museum of Modern Art, the New Museum, and Tate Modern, as well as the cinema component of Greater New York 2010 at MoMA PS1, and the film and video program for the 2012 Whitney Biennial. He teaches in the Film and Electronic Arts department at Bard College and is currently writing a critical history of contemporary experimental cinema in America.
BARNEY ROSSET (1922-2012) was the legendary publisher who brought to America the works of dramatists Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter, the anti-imperialist political writings of Che Guevara and Ho Chi Minh, and who published the scandalous novels of Henry Miller and William Burroughs in spite of outrage and accusations of indecency. Beat poets, French surrealists, German expressionists, and dramatists of the absurd-they all found a home at Grove Press, which he owned and ran from 1951-1985, and in the pages of the avant-garde magazine Evergreen Magazine, which he founded in 1957. A champion in the fight against all forms of puritanism, Rosset was taken to court several times on obscenity charges, most notably for publishing three novels now considered classics, Lady Chatterley's Lover, The Tropic of Cancer, and Naked Lunch. In 1964, during a trial that would forever change the meaning of American culture and contribute to breaking down most censorship barriers, the Supreme Court would rule in his favor against those who demanded that The Tropic of Cancer be banned. Rosset had a lifelong interest in film as an art form. After serving in WWII, he shot the anti-racist documentary Strange Victory. In 1965 he commissioned Samuel Beckett to write the short movie Film, which Rosset then directed and produced starring Buster Keaton. In 1967, he bought a cinema in the Village, where he showed the Swedish film I Am Curious (Yellow), whose explicit scenes of sex and nudity brought him once again to court. Rosset was named an officer of arts and letters by the French cultural ministry and honored by the National Coalition Against Censorship for defending free expression. In 2008, he also received the lifetime achievement Literarian Award from the National Book Foundation in honor of his contributions to American publishing. A posthumous autobiography titled Barney Rosset: My Life in Publishing and How I Fought Censorship was published in 2017.
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