Musician, poet, and functionality artist most widely known for his drawings, paintings, and calligraphic functions. He created an artistic gadget known as the “Dreamachine,” which made flickers of light which could still be noticed when the viewer’s eye were shut. He was a good friend from the novelist William S. Burroughs, who produced frequent usage of the ‘cut-up technique’–a approach to reducing up and rearranging text message to form brand-new signifying– that Gysin acquired invented. His dad, a Canadian soldier, was wiped out in World Battle I when his kid was still a child. He became a member of the Surrealist Group, a Parisian company of performers that counted Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso among its rates.
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|The Cut Ups||1966||Short|
|Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider||1994||Documentary paintings by|
|Ghost at No. 9||2005||Documentary short||Himself|
|Ornette: Made in America||1985||Documentary||Himself|
|Burroughs: The Movie||1983||Documentary|
|Arena||1983||TV Series documentary|
|The Dream Machine||1983||Documentary short||Himself|
|First Transmission||1982||Video documentary||Himself (segment "Brion Gysin's Dream Machine")|
|The Source: The Story of the Beats and the Beat Generation||1999||Documentary||Himself|
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