1. RedWoman91

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    from Martín Gutierrez / Added

    Artist documentation of 'RedWoman91' video installation from the High Line at RYAN LEE, New York, NY, Jul 10th - Aug 1st, 2014 Original sound by Martín Gutierrez http://ryanleegallery.com/exhibitions/martingutierrez-redwoman91/

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    • HighLine TimeLapse Terroir 20140811 (Edit)

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      from John Boddie / Added

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      Test Timelapse Video, slight editing in Lightworks. No Sound.

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      • [NYT] Intersection | High Line Break Time

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        from Oresti Tsonopoulos / Added

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        http://nyti.ms/1rMQksh Marika Emi picked up her minimalist, all-black style from the friends she made while living in New York. Though she has since moved back home to Hawaii, “Old habits die really hard,” she said.

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        • Artist's Park, Scot Kaplan

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          Artist’s Park The Artist’s Park is a public, albeit exclusive area constructed in the Chelsea arts’ district of Manhattan. Once known solely for its parking lots and similarly static, expansive spaces, Chelsea was created quite literally by the labors of artists. But as the district grew into the famed artistic epicenter it is today, an area that began as an artists’ base developed into a neighborhood that most artists can’t afford to live in. Suggestive of the way that participants in any extreme situation achieve some level of shared consciousness, the park, as a permanent installation, frames the collective contributions and impact of all artists, regardless of their degrees of commercial success or anonymity. As the placard states, the Artist’s park is “always open to those who have taken the chance to live and make work in the greatest arts city in the world,” – an experience that does not generally include the commercial rewards necessary for proximate park living, nor significant park time. We create dialogue when we claim a space – be it a two-dimensional surface, a three-dimensional interaction of materials and forms erected in a gallery, or even a self-appropriated park. Especially when such a familiar designation of space like “house,” or “park" is reconstituted suddenly only in the lack of permission the claimer had in claiming it, we are incited to consider it not as it is, but for what it might be. The Artists’ Park, created without sanction or license, is intended to function both as an instance of, and ongoing arena for participation in, this dialogue. As a site-specific installation, the square yard of park serves as a psychological marker of the complex cultural space in which it exists, and prescribes, perhaps most fundamentally, the notion that a small area claimed for nothing more than the possibilities of what can happen by engaging with and within it will most likely be no less influential in the future than it has been in the acute shaping of the city’s art history – a city in which such spaces, paradoxically, are becoming less and less publicly available.

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          • The High Line's "Surfing's Storytellers"

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            On July 15, 2014 the High Line Festival of Surfing hosted the first Surfing’s Storytellers Dinner at the Haus of Strauss, Los Angeles. The evening honored some of the most influential surf filmmakers and photographers giving them a chance to break bread together and talk about their shared passion of capturing the surfing lifestyle. The exclusive dinner attendance included: Steve Pezman, Ted Grambeau, Jason Baffa, Tim Mckenna, Chris Burkard, Taylor Steele, Cyrus Sutton, Jeff Divine, Hayley Gordon, Jamie Brisick. Art Brewer, Scott Soens, Lucia Griggi and Craig Stecyk.

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            • Tommy

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              from John Merizalde / Added

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              A portrait of Tommy Nease - http://tommynease.com/ Premiered on DAZED - http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/21001/1/tommy Directed by John Merizalde Shot by Andrew Litten Edited by Andrew Litten and Chad Sarahina Color by David Torcivia Music by Hanetration (http://hanetration.bandcamp.com/) Additional Footage from Tim Herold, Andrue Herring, Will Govus, and Luke Siddons Special Thanks to Chris Black and Jake Ures

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              • NYC Foodporn timelapse pt 1.

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                from Christophe DC / Added

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                Basic timelapse with no colorgrading done (SOOC). Shot with a GP3B. We had great burgers at Bubby's! http://www.bubbys.com/our-restaurants/high-line/

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                • High Life

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                  A short film about a day high lining

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                  • Panasonic GH4: 4K to 1080p: Highline, NYC, 2014

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                    from Mike Kobal / Added

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                    better late then never, first clips with the GH4 :) shooting impressions, equipment list, graded/ungraded versions and 1080p on my blog http://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=11274 if you like what you hear: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200054

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                    • Adoring Appetite-Caitlin Berrigan and Anya Liftig

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                      from anya liftig / Added

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                      Performed from The High Line to Union Square October 2012 Art in Odd Places Artists: Anya Liftig and Caitlin Berrigan For more information visit: www.membrana.us www.anyaliftig.com

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