Digital fabrication technology is employed to convert a disused 35 mm film camera into a handmade projector. The 36-frame endless film it projects depicts the life and death of a man and a woman. The imagery evokes sensations of touch and texture as it addresses the theme of the workings of media in an era when the recording medium for cinema is transitioning from film to insubstantial data.
[40 cm (W) x 40 cm (L) x150 cm (H)]
Born in 1978. Handles concept design, art direction, and light painting as half of the artist duo Tochka (founded in 1998), which creates "active paintings" using diverse techniques.
Handles technical research, cinematography, compositing and editing as half of the artist duo Tochka (founded in 1998), which creates "active paintings" using diverse techniques.
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