Single shot documentation (filmed on a cell phone) of an evening ferry ride from Staten Island to Manhattan, "Hologram Analogies" explores ideas nestled in the spaces between experience and mediation, memory and re-memory, past and future.
Hologram Analogies was born out of a desire to hone in on the spectum existing between the poles of documentary and experimental film. Similar to Michael Snow's "Wavelength," the potency of the work comes from a slow reveal that tests viewer patience at times, but ultimately offers moments of unstable categorical placement, asking viewers not only to interpret the veracity and meaning of the present mediated moment, but hopefully the representative landscape at large.
Made with special support from The Center for Documentary Studies at Robert Morris University.
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