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|Title: ||Views From Home and Views from Home Reviewed|
|Citation: ||In: Evolution Festival, City Arts Gallery, Leeds, UK|
|Issue Date: ||2006 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=15430|
|Abstract: ||A 10 minute digital videotape exhibited as part of “Guy Sherwin: Re-Enactments” at the Evolution Festival. “Views from Home” addresses the aesthetic question of whether it is possible to successfully integrate an ambient music track (recordings made in the film’s urban neighbourhood) with time-lapse film recordings, since they would seem to occupy mutually exclusive ‘time frames’. The works forms part of Sherwin’s long-term investigation into sound/image relations. Initially influenced by Kubelka and others, the recent research has widened the field of enquiry to include digital technologies augmented by live performance.
The work makes use of digital editing to adjust lengths of time-lapse shots to either match or counterpoint rhythms in the soundtrack. The later work “Views...Reviewed” involved a radical re-edit, effectively breaking up the work and allowing space for the musician’s live interaction, allowing opportunities for the performer to move around and even outside the performance space.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Art Practice and Critical Theory|
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