For this video, Palisades in Palisades, 2014, Rose wanted to expand both her conceptual concerns and her cinematographic repertoire. “I was learning how to make a shot in relation to the content,” she explains, “and how the shots were metaphors for pure sensual material.” The artist accomplished this by using a remote-control camera that could zoom from 200 feet away all the way up to the pores in an individual’s skin. She chose to shoot in New Jersey’s Palisades Interstate Park, a onetime Revolutionary War battleground turned landscaped circuit park that sits atop an ancient cliff.
The third/final part of a trilogy of shorts shot in 16mm b+w reversal film on a turret Bolex, Power Line is a non-narrative examination of the woodlands in the northern most region of the state of New York.
A non-narrative short film shot in 16mm on a turret Bolex, which -- although it's primarily an exploration of the natural lands in upstate New York -- is intended to create a sense of urgency regarding the fragility of the environments that house different species of creatures, and work as a piece contrasting the way in which plant life dies out every winter, whereas animal life does not.
"Visionary post-war modernist Tyeb Mehta channels the nightmares of the nation in Koodal, at once the artist’s self-described “autobiography” and a profound meditation on collage, crowd control, cinematic subjectivity and the violence buried within every glorious act of foundation.
Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.