"Blue Scan" was selected for screening at the 2013 TUFF (Toronto Urban Film Festival) , reaching a "daily audience of over one million commuters over the 11 day festival."
"Blue Scan" examines the anatomy of fountain splashes from a simple Kinetic Cubist (Sub-Cubism) point of view.
[Sub-cubism is nearly-almost-sort-of-cubism, aka cubism light, aka soft cubism, aka close-but-no-cigar-cusbism.]
Created for the Vimeo Weekend Project Group’s “Wetter is Better” project due on Tuesday, August 21st at 11:59 PM (EST). The criteria required us to use water as the subject and cut it under 1 minute.
Phone menu voice by Lea Barker of Stratford, New Zealand.
Camera: Sony HDR-CX500v
Editing Suite: Sony Vegas Pro 10
External sound recordings: Tascam DR-08
Camera, editing, and sound design by Phil Loarie
SoundScape ingredients: various running motors as found in an office building mechanical room, Waterpik multiple setting hand held shower head with partially filled bath, bath draining, and human voice.