Schmidt and Daniel answer questions from the audience. They discuss the editing and composition process in their work. Later, they elaborate on some of their collaborative work with other artists.
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Peter Wollen analyzes Andy Warhol’s filmmaking methods. He discusses “Raid the Icebox with Andy Warhol,” a 1970 exhibition created by Warhol from material in the archives of the Rhode Island School of Design. Wollen notes how Warhol’s films favor situation and incident over plot or narrative. Wollen characterizes Warhol’s avoidance of editing and censorship as “non-interventionism.”