Language, Sound, and Image in Wallace Berman’s Aleph, 1956–1966

Wallace Berman’s 8mm film Aleph (1956–1966) provides a flickering glimpse into a pivotal intersection of sound and visuality in the art of the 1960s. Chelsea Behle Fralick suggests Wallace Berman’s Aleph encompasses an age of sound that serves as an integral component to its visual expression.

Image courtesy of interviewee. June 17, 2024

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