Sidsel Christensen and Video Painting - an essay

Posted by Open Gallery | Fri Oct 18th 2013 4:27 a.m.

Christensen’s work comprised a sequence of twelve video paintings lasting just over an hour. Although possible to view as individual stand-alone pieces, the video paintings have the most impact when allowed to play out consecutively in an unravelling sequence of videos. ‘Framing Sensual Phase Transition’s therefore offers an intense exploration of subjectivity, staged against the craggy coastal settings of Norway, Tenerife and Croatia."

As a companion to her video installation at Berwick on Tweed Film and Media Festival, Sidsel Christensen put together this short visual and textual introduction to her work as well as to the medium of video painting at large:

http://www.opengallery.co.uk/news/video-painting-an-essay-by-open-gallery-for-compositions

Enjoy
  • Open Gallery | Fri Oct 18th 2013 4:29 a.m.
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    "Christensen’s work comprised a sequence of twelve video paintings lasting just over an hour. Although possible to view as individual stand-alone pieces, the video paintings have the most impact when allowed to play out consecutively in an unravelling sequence of videos. ‘Framing Sensual Phase Transition’s therefore offers an intense exploration of subjectivity, staged against the craggy coastal settings of Norway, Tenerife and Croatia."

    As a companion to her composition for Berwick on Tweed Film and Media festival, Sidsel Christensen put together this visual and textual guide to her work and the video painting medium.

    www.opengallery.co.uk/news/video-painting-an-essay-by-open-gallery-for-compositions

    Enjoy.
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