Structural Filmwaste. Dissolution 1 Trailer

Structural Filmwaste. Dissolution 1 Trailer (2003)

23 October 2003 4 mins

Structural Filmwaste. Dissolution 2 is the continuation of investigations into the fragmentation of time and images through video. It also represents an attempt to reveal the material nature of this vehicle of illusions. Depictions of a film strip (with sprocket holes, frame lines, splices, etc.) were reduced to horizontal and vertical lines with a resolution comparable to that of video. The image itself comprises two different temporal structures which are interlaced in the alternation between the half images.

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Austria 23 October 2003

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