Placing space/time through photography’s old and new technologies
McArdle, James 2008, Placing space/time through photography’s old and new technologies, in Proceedings of ISEA 2008 : the 14th international symposium on electronic art, ISEA 2008, Singapore, pp.337-339.
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The discovery that an impressively strong 3-dimensional effect in a 2-dimensional photographic representation of natural outdoor scenes occurs when a single camera is directed around one point in the scene, thus drawing into relief the subject of attention and blurring the surrounding space, has important implications for understanding basic processes in 3-dimensional vision. For the development of new ways for generating 3D effects in motion and static representations of scenes we might well learn from photography’s old technologies, as well as digital technologies of the static print, which have yet to release the full impact of their potential in the representation of motion and space.
Paper communicated at ISEA 2008 : the 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, 25 July - 3 August 2008, Singapore.
Field of Research
190503 Lens-based Practice
Socio Economic Objective
970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
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