Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Anémic Cinéma

" The 'rotoreliefs'' visual oscillation only results from spinning the disks. There is a double contrast here: between static image and the motion image, as well as between the two interpretations of the illusion of positive and negative volumes. It is not possible to "see" both volumes at the same time just as it is not possible to experience the illusion while the disk is stationary. The shift from one volume to the other makes the observer aware of the way biological vision gets interpreted into "seeing."

This cinematic blossoming is yet another Sam Renseiw knife sharp inlay, bollywood style. Experience the suspence by clicking here, or enter the yellow disk above. (02'15'', 5.9 MB, mov.version here) update 01.10.15

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Blogger Steven Ball said...

The Paik died. Duchamp a long time of phase. Paik a long time of phase!

Wednesday, February 01, 2006 2:12:00 am  

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