Living in the past

De Bruyn, Dirk 2018 Living in the past, video recording, Lisbon, Portugal, IndieLisbao.

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Title Living in the past
Creator(s) De Bruyn, Dirk
Year presented 2018
Year created 2018
Event name Festival Internacional de Cinema Independente de Lisboa.
Publisher IndieLisbao
Place of publication Lisbon, Portugal
Description of moving image 5:06 min., mp4 file
Keyword(s) Stereograph
Stereoscopy
Animation
Summary This film re-animates stereoscopic images of Melbourne from the 1920s. Technically the film makes a statement about how each new iteration of moving image technology reclaims artifacts and gestures from the past. Such an archeology enables the viewer to approach these images in new ways. Further, just as the image has become unstable so have our beliefs. Living in the Past recycles Jethro Tull’s lyrics to indicate that we no longer understand the political situation we live in. This work researches the nature of stereoscopic vision and tests out how easily small changes to an image are picked up up at the centre and periphery of an image. In this way it is involved in research into pattern recognition.
Notes This anmation flips between two related images at 25 frames a second to create a stereoscopic effect.
Language eng
Field of Research 190204 Film and Television
Socio Economic Objective 950204 The Media
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30107906

Document type: Moving Image
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
 
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