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Nonobjective Cinema

Posted: septiembre 30th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: audiovisual, cine, video | Tags: , , , , , , | No Comments »

“Nonobjective Cinema” is a homage to “Color Sequence” (1943) by Dwinell Grant, a research into color rhythms and perceptual phenomena. Images were generated from Grant’s film through a data bending process. The soundtrack was composed from the same files save as audio, so what you see is what you hear.

Single-channel video, 02’15″, HD (1280 x 720).

*Quality is much better if you download the original video file (1018MB, right-click, Save link as).

More information about the concept and the process

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