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Exploring the politics of representation, Station to Station is comprised of abstracted film stills created through the productive misuse of technology. Sourced from Kent Mackenzie’s film, The Exiles (1961), These images are made by scanning the film while it is being played on a portable digital video player: turning moving images into still ones. The documentary style film follows a small group of Indigenous people living in Los Angeles. Over a twelve-hour period, the film records their candid discussions of home, community, and future.
via Raymond Boisjoly

failedprojects:

Exploring the politics of representation, Station to Station is comprised of abstracted film stills created through the productive misuse of technology. Sourced from Kent Mackenzie’s film, The Exiles (1961), These images are made by scanning the film while it is being played on a portable digital video player: turning moving images into still ones. The documentary style film follows a small group of Indigenous people living in Los Angeles. Over a twelve-hour period, the film records their candid discussions of home, community, and future.

via Raymond Boisjoly

keyframedaily:

Calum Marsh: “The influence of [Norman] McLaren’s thought and practice can be felt in everything from the vanguard of experimental cinema, where filmmakers like [Jodie] Mack and her contemporaries continue to advance his working methods decades on, to the world of mainstream animation, where the long-since dwindling classical mode survives largely on the legacy of McLaren’s genius. His style and his sensibility impressed themselves upon the medium indelibly. Even today, twenty-seven years after his death, it’s impossible to imagine the landscape of modern animation without his presence looming over it.”

keyframedaily:

Calum Marsh: “The influence of [Norman] McLaren’s thought and practice can be felt in everything from the vanguard of experimental cinema, where filmmakers like [Jodie] Mack and her contemporaries continue to advance his working methods decades on, to the world of mainstream animation, where the long-since dwindling classical mode survives largely on the legacy of McLaren’s genius. His style and his sensibility impressed themselves upon the medium indelibly. Even today, twenty-seven years after his death, it’s impossible to imagine the landscape of modern animation without his presence looming over it.”

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Cold Specks - Hector

I watched this video and bought the album immediately.