1. This is documentation of the Inferno Observatory installation, at FACT Liverpool, UK. 1st July - 11 September 2011 as part of Semiconductors, Worlds in the Making show.

    Installation details.
    Multi-channel SD / various lengths / 2011
    A Semiconductor work by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt.

    Archive footage courtesy of Mineral Sciences Department, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC.

    Inferno Observatory is a multi-channel moving image work that explores our complex relationship with natural phenomena. During a fellowship at the Mineral Sciences Laboratory in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, Semiconductor unearthed a 16mm volcano film archive shot by volcanologists in the field, it reveals spectacular occurrences and curious, obsessive and sometimes absurd processes of observing and studying volcanoes.
    In the work, these films have been re-contextualised to emphasise and examine three distinct relationships; the erupting volcano as all-powerful and humbling the spectacle as people gather to watch in collective amazement, photograph and be photographed and the taming of the volcano through scientific probing, measurement and human endeavour.

    credits:
    Music: "Revival" by Peeesseye,
    from Mayhem in the Mansion, Shivers in the Shack CD (Evolving Ear, 2007)
    Composed by Fennelly/Forsyth/Welch
    Published by Aqui the Bushwick/Prospect Heights Music/Human Sacrifice (ASCAP)
    Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Scientists films, film archive.
    Andreas Bick, sound recording of Mt. Yassur Volcano, Tanna Island, Vanuatu.
    Professor Willy Aspinall, Earth Sciences, Bristol University, UK. For his audio recording 'St Vincent 1979'.
    Jonathan M. Lees, Professor of Geological Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. For his seismic data collected at Tungurahua volcano.
    Gregory P. Waite, Assistant Professor of Geophysics, Michigan Technological University, USA. For his seismic data from Fuego Volcano, Guatemala and Mount St. Helens, Washington, USA.

    Produced and commissioned by Jacqui Davies and FACT, Foundation for Art and Creative Technology. Supported by Arts Council England. Smithsonian Artists Research Fellowship.

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  2. Experimenting with Trapcode Particular & Trapcode Shine in After Effects

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  3. Heather DePriest from Pinkerton Models visits the Treats! studio for the first time and discusses loving desserts, being bisexual, and also generally all over the place.

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  4. At the beginning of 2011 the Rebels paid a visit to the magical and mystical country that is Peru, visiting one of the World's Seven Wonders, Machu Picchu, and playing at Peru's first ever day time beach party, hosted by 4Beats Peru. Featuring Damian Lazarus, Clive Henry and Jamie Jones.

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    Music credits are listed at the end of the episode.

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  5. Filmed in Leicester, UK on Canon 7d.

    More memories......Memory Box

    More of my music can be heard and downloaded for free (for non-commercial use only) at.... soundcloud.com/billnewsinger

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