Dirk De Bruyn’s eleven-minute RemmbrME (2007) is a visually engaging film that documents in a painterly fashion the numerous gaps and intersections between analogue and digital moving image manipulation. RemmbrME is a work that critically focuses on the re-shaping of the lost material that is germane to a basic cameraless direct-on-film practice and resonates important ideas concerning the increasing fusion between analogue and digital image-making in our everyday culture.
Showed on September 10th 2007.
Field of Research
190299 Film, Television and Digital Media not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category
J2 Minor original creative work
ERA Research output type
JR1 Recorded or Rendered Creative Works - Film, Video
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