Everything Looks Beautiful in Slow Motion is playful video intervention that takes short 10-second videos of movement of people in front of a projection screen and subsequently replays these in slow motion and black and white with an accompanying ambient soundtrack.
Slow-motion and black and white are standard techniques often employed by the mainstream film industry to emphasise key moments of a narrative in cinema. The piece utilises these tools to highlight the everyday actions of the public elevating them in a choreographic context.
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