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8 is my new video project for iPhones, iPads, and iTouch devices. Check it out on iTunes.

Parallel dimensions, dystopic visions, and haunting noise.


Part short film, part game, and part video installation, 8 places users in the middle of a spherical video environment where their physical movements reveal events unfolding and repeating around them. Each scene has been designed as a loop, suspending space and time and inviting exploration. Users can navigate between scenes by simply tapping the screen and a series of navigation symbols can be used to move through the scenes in a variety of directions, without a true beginning or end.

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luxmovingimage:

THE BATHROOM: A FILM IN PROGRESS BY STEVE DWOSKIN, JG BALLARD from The Running Man, #2, July-August 1968

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rudygodinez:

Robert Heinecken, Are You Rea, (1964-1968)

 The series Are You Rea is perhaps Heinecken’s most popular body of work. Its title comes from a headline text fragment in one member of the series, and was selected by Heinecken for the mirroring of letters in the words. Made in the late 1960s, at a time when the public was being bombarded by the media’s definitions of beauty, race, and gender, Heinecken challenged the viewer to question the source and validity of these social stereotypes. Early in his career, Heinecken began experimenting with photographs from appropriated magazine pages. The process of Are You Rea’s gelatin-silver prints inverts the tones of the original images to create negative images in black-and-white. The effect reinforces the sensation that the images are familiar yet their meaning reversed. Where the magazines blindly push desire, Heinecken’s images question it and investigate the duality of real circumstances and the unattainable standards we set. In a simple juxtaposition, Heinecken draws us in and simultaneously repulses us. From the tangle of two scenes meshed together, the viewer extracts a clear perspective on the need to consume.

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I can hold my breath for a long, long time!

Creepshow (1982)

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Student sound project #PNCA

Student sound project #PNCA

8 is my new video project for iPhones, iPads, and iTouch devices. Check it out on iTunes.

Parallel dimensions, dystopic visions, and haunting noise.


Part short film, part game, and part video installation, 8 places users in the middle of a spherical video environment where their physical movements reveal events unfolding and repeating around them. Each scene has been designed as a loop, suspending space and time and inviting exploration. Users can navigate between scenes by simply tapping the screen and a series of navigation symbols can be used to move through the scenes in a variety of directions, without a true beginning or end.