a visual survey of colour following in the filmmaking tradition of morgan fisher, using the length of the tape to determine the length of each take (1 hour). this piece consists of two scenes, the sunrise looking east, and the sunset looking west, each exploring the diverse range of hues, shades, and tints that are cycled through each dusk and dawn. the camera settings have been manipulated to exaggerate the lights and darks, creating a ‘natural’ fade from complete darkness, through the image, and then washed out by light, and then back. the silent films face each other on opposing walls, and because of their slight difference in time, cycle in and out of synch.
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"ocean variation one"
built with one main sample of water crashing over a rock beach in vancouver, bc, processed through various filters and delays to emphasize the naturally occurring harmonics that exist in the recording, simultaneously building a composition.