- Dominic Angerame |
- 1979 |
- 4 minutes |
- COLOR/B&W |
Rental Format(s): 16mm film, 18 fps
An exploration of the phenomenon of constant change of visual perception and the dynamic alteration of image perspective. The frame as a window whereby the viewer's consciousness is both inside and outside. A graphic portrayal of the change of Chicago's seasons (from Fall to Winter) employing the technique of optical printing bi-pack. One foot of black and white film was shot for ninety days consecutively and printed with color footage of close-ups of the same scene.
Awards: Fellowship Competition held at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1979; Completion Grant from the Illinois Arts Council, 1979; SF Art Institute Film Festival, 1980.
|16mm film, 18 fps||$45.00|