15 second exposures of ‘The Sacrifice’, a film by the great Russian auteur, Andrei Tarkovsky. I had the idea as Tarkovsky was an advocate of using long takes in his film making, which permitted beautiful open compositions to remain in shot for long periods. ‘Slow Cinema’ made slower. I quite like how the subtitles blendContinue reading “The Sacrifice”
I have always had the inclination to shoot sequentially like this. Perhaps in attempt to take the hole moment with me, rather than say to catch “the decisive moment”; as Cartier-Bresson put it. I included this sequence in the piece, ” In Search of Space” , as a way of representing a departure from theContinue reading “Sequence.1”
I’m fascinated by sequences formed using closely related images. These are two photographs taken just moments apart- but you can see the results of time by the movements in the frame which are a succession of very brief static experiences.