"a still is not a film. it lacks the dimensions of time and movement — indispensable components of film art — and represents only a small fraction of a single second of a given motion picture."
— amos vogel, film as a subversive art (1974)
marc quinn, self, 1991. made of 4.5 pints of the artist’s own blood, collected over five months, poured into a mold and frozen. the blood-head is kept relatively solid by an attached refrigeration unit upon which the head sits.