His plays, produced frequently in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s, often threw polar opposites together to explore themes both comic and serious.
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In carefully staged photographs made with miniature cars, tiny model buildings and a cheap camera, he created Elgin Park on Flickr. Millions have visited.
Many of his conceptual pieces drew on the months he spent living with a tribe in the Amazon.
Ms. Clements recorded scenes from her own life and from old movies, often in extremely large artworks in ink or paint.
John Strausbaugh’s “Victory City” describes a time of great heroes, and great villainy too.
She and her husband, Willard Huyck, also worked on “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” and “Howard the Duck,” and did uncredited work on “Star Wars.”
Born in India and later a resident of Africa, Europe and the United States, she explored themes of feminism, post-colonialism and the search for identity.
He liked to put music stars in his films, including David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Among his other admired 1970s movies were “Don’t Look Now” and “Walkabout.”
Beginning with “Dr. Strangelove,” he found attention-getting ways to make title sequences more than just a list of names.