Between a film diary and a manifesto on the creative process, this book is a wild and enchanting journey in Karen Dalton's footsteps, the cult singer and her breathtaking voice, friend of Bob Dylan and forgotten muse of the '60s, and offers an investigation combining texts, photographs, drawings and archives, at the crossroads of the worlds of art, music and cinema. The book is accompanied by Emmanuelle Antille's film A Bright Light – Karen and the Process on DVD (special offer).
Emmanuelle Antille (born 1972 in Lausanne) studied at ESAV in Geneva and at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. Since 1995, she has been developing her artistic practice both as a video artist
. She is also a professor at the HEAD
Edited by Emmanuelle Antille.
Text by Emmanuelle Antille.
Published by Rubis Éditions.
published in October 2021
384 pages (188 color ill.) / DVD 94", English / French (English / German / French subtitles)