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This video piece consists of three interwoven strands. In one strand, a series of landscape images shows a dilapidated, abandoned farmhouse, threatened by encroaching cliffs. The filmmaker enters each image, and uses a small pinhole camera. The exposed still appears onscreen after the landscape, a rough analogue still. In the second strand, the filmmaker builds the camera used in the landscape strand, a simple pinhole apparatus designed to hold analogue media. In the remaining strand, the filmmaker digitises the negatives exposed at the farmhouse, using a computer and scanner. We move between the three strands through the course of the video. The piece is bookended by short montages of the farmhouse.
|Publication status||Published - 26 Oct 2019|
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- Arts and Humanities(all)
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Richard O'Sullivan (Participant)04 Jun 2021
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in Festival/Exhibition
Richard O'Sullivan (Recipient)2020
Activity: Other activity types › Other