two silent movies

Posted by Michael Szpakowski | Sat Nov 22nd 2003 11:41 a.m.

Two silent movies:

http://www.somedancersandmusicians.com/Some_QuickTime_Movies/man_with_a_pot_of_white_chrysanthemums.mov

http://www.somedancersandmusicians.com/Some_QuickTime_Movies/portrait_of_the_artist_in_his_studio.mov

best
michael

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  • ruth catlow | Sun Nov 23rd 2003 3:52 p.m.
    http://www.somedancersandmusicians.com/Some_QuickTime_Movies/portrait_of_the_artist_in_his_studio.mov

    I especially like the formal possibilities opened up by this piece of Michael's. A movie where the frame by frame changes are dramatically different but the overall image has a very simple continuity. It uses the fact that a Quicktime movie lends itself to a frame by frame viewing to suggest a
    kind of quantum experience in the whole.

    Are there other movies (net art, art or mainstream) that do this, other than as a reference to subliminal method?
    hmm...

    :-)
    Ruth
    http://www.furtherfield.org
  • joseph mcelroy | Sun Nov 23rd 2003 4:17 p.m.
    I think this is excellent as well. I have been working on taking some video
    sources, such as porn and gardening how-to videos, exporting as an
    individual series of bitmaps via Virtual Dub, modifying each as a separate
    image in Photoshop/Gimp, then importing the series into Flash to work with
    the text/poems. I have done some of this with the shorts already, but not
    to obvious effect. Michael continues to give me insights into new
    directions.

    joseph

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "ruth catlow" <ruth.catlow@furtherfield.org>
    To: "Michael Szpakowski" <szpako@yahoo.com>; "list" <list@rhizome.org>
    Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2003 2:53 PM
    Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Re: two silent movies

    >
    >
    http://www.somedancersandmusicians.com/Some_QuickTime_Movies/portrait_of_the
    _artist_in_his_studio.mov
    >
    > I especially like the formal possibilities opened up by this piece of
    Michael's. A movie where the frame by frame changes are dramatically
    different but the overall image has a very simple continuity. It uses the
    fact that a Quicktime movie lends itself to a frame by frame viewing to
    suggest a
    > kind of quantum experience in the whole.
    >
    > Are there other movies (net art, art or mainstream) that do this, other
    than as a reference to subliminal method?
    > hmm...
    >
    > :-)
    > Ruth
    > http://www.furtherfield.org
    >
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