Single Screen Digital HD Video +
10 (18x10) giclée prints of select video stills
The video installation piece "(dis)continuity" reflects a synthesis of motions representation. An interplay of both photographic and cinematic techniques depict the acrobats uncanny movement through space and reflects Eadward Muybridge's and Etienne-Jules Marey's exploration of motion and time. By colliding these two historical modes of representation together this piece explores the paradoxical qualities of cinema as a continuous record of time made up of photographic instants. The instantaneous is paired with the continuous, the photographic with the cinematic, and the contingent with the determined.