Wednesday, May 26, 2010

On Kuleshov effects in some spaces

click for video: Quicktime / -m4v for ipod/iPad / direct streaming for PC

" This particular voodle studies the space-effective and filmic creative means such as framing, cutting and narrative perspective and transfers those from architecture: The filmic concept of framing which deals with different views of the frame introduces for example the concept of the offscreen into architecture voodles and explains how the imagination of the viewer can be stimulated by deliberately hiding parts of the space. The analysis of the voodle cutting assumes that space perception in architecture is no continuous process but consists of single segments, sections or visual spaces. This idea leads amongst other things to the formulation of the spatial cut, which describes the experience of space, taking into consideration the subject-related visual sensuous understanding. The narrative perspective finally investigates discursive structures and spatial narrative strategies transferring them into the architectural analysis."

Sometime the compression of spaces is partly a re-po act of many layered space views just compressing the impression(s), muses Sam Renseiw while montaging recent footage from two interior locations. The first location is an fine academic one, while the second is a public x-room. View the spatial voodle with included oblique Kuleshov effects by clicking here, on the tumbnail, or on the links above. (patafilm # 773, 04'55'', 62MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a hanging biosphere.(Lum # 273,"biosphere" 01'00'', 11Mb, Quicktime/mov - .m4v)

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