Radial Vision

Experimental Imaging provided the opportunity to experiment with photographic techniques, animation, devised props, and a host of other imaging explorations.  At first we set out to animate invisible phenomena, and began to look to our surrounding environment and the objects within it to capture what would ordinarily be left unseen.  We found particular beauty in bubbles and began to play with and simulate them: their creation, shape, color, even the way in which they ruptured.

We then took on an open ended brief for our final project that left us experimenting and creating a multitude of props using our cameras.   In our film, we’ve used a technique where we affixed a camera to a wheel began walking about the streets of Copenhagen, manipulating our prop to render various outcomes.  Our resulting film reveals a radial vision of the everyday environment that surrounds us.

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