Michael Snow y su filme Wavelength (Canadá 1966-1967) marcó uno de los hitos del cine de vanguardia.
A definition of sculpture that says that sculpture is the art of objects seems quite solid, but the boundaries of “object” can be in flux (if the object moves, for example). And the making and presentation of moving-image works has always had indefinite aspects compared to “sculpture”. Moving-image works belong to the family of “painting”. I’ve tried to work with what I understand to be the definitive aspects or qualities that are special to each medium. This can make works that are special as experience because they are possible only with these particular arrangements and materiality. (Michael Snow en una entrevista de Andrea Picard para moussemagazine.it, issue#49)