Postcards Trailer

Postcards Trailer (1984)

01 January 1984 64 mins

The still photograph is transformed and reframed in time in these exquisite collections of thirty-second "video postcards." An image of a city appears to be captured as a traditional postcard, frozen in time. Suddenly the photograph is "released," electronically brought to life for one heightened, anecdotal moment — a single gesture, a punctuating sound — and then frozen again. Witty and often poignant, these revelatory documents of time, place and memory denote a fleeting, ephemeral reality.

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France 01 January 1984

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