Lapse of Reason is a non-verbal narrative time-lapse documentary showing the fragility and vulnerability of the Australian environment and how mankind’s consumeristic ways are taking their toll on it. It endeavours to take the viewer on a visual journey through several Australian environments. Some natural and some are mankind’s most awful legacies on planet earth. This project took me to many diverse locations throughout Australia, from Arnhem Land and Canberra to Cameron Corner and Byron Bay.
The unique and innovative multi-axis motion control time-lapse equipment by Kessler Crane (USA) was used to make the documentary along with a single-axis and a more portable rig from Syrp Genie (New Zealand).
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