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I found two videos relating to Lucio Bubacco -- neither focus specifically on his work:
Behind closed doors of Venice & Murano a look into the secretive world of Italian art glass / by Patricia Frantz. : Frantz Art Glass?, 2005?. 1 videodisc (36 min.) (DVD)
"This video provides an introductory view of Venice and Murano. It goes directly into the Effetre glass factory, with production of rod canes and murrini and a tour of the warehouses. Special presentations of glass working with Davide Salvatore, Vittorio Costantini & Lucio Bubacco. Highlights of Carnival. DVD; also available on VHS. Commercially distributed.
San Servolo International Glass Workshop no. 1. Primi corsi del vetro a Venezia = 1st international glass workshop in Venice / producer, Centro Studio Vetro. [Venice, Italy] : Centro Studio Vetro, 2001. 1 videocassette (30 min.) (VHS)
Directed by Alberto Toso Fei and Cesare Toffolo. Although there are no details about the techniques, there is a brief description of each technique, or the artist's specialty. Techniques include glass blowing and working, lampworking, fusing, pâte de verre. The video is also useful for the 2-3 minutes shown of each artist at work. Documentation of the first courses offered at this school for glass artists, founded by Cesare Toffolo. The classes were held in August 2001. The following artists were filmed: Pino Signoretto, Lucio Bubacco, Miriam DiFiore, Claudio Tiozzo, Davide Salvadore, Kimiake and Shinichi Higuchi, Cesare Toffolo, Lino Taglipietra and Vittorio Costantini, as well as collaborate demonstrations by Signoretto and Massimo Nordio, and by Bubacco and Salvadore. VHS. Commercially distributed.
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