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Frame slices taken at one second intervals from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980)




R3D_4UM is an experimental video work that questions the spatial and temporal dimensions of film as well as thinking about cinema beyond a technical apparatus that constructs movement, space, and time through the rapid succession of photographs. Rather, slivers of individual frames taken from Kubrick’s The Shining  (1980) are collaged together and played continuously in a loop, producing a strange aggregate of data in which time and space are observed holistically as a repository, a database of visual information. Here the viewer can watch the entirety of the film in approximately three minutes, observing subtle nuances in Kubrick’s auterist style through a quick reading of computational data.

Exhibited at:

Block2 Video Series, Raleigh Arts, Super Synthetic Schematic, with Daria Mikhailova, Raleigh, NC, November 2019-January 2020

Visual Art Exchange, Our Own Terms, Raleigh, NC, September-October 2016.

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