Framed Source Footage Collages

Six fixed directional axes of all REVISITED 360° videos in spacetime

1. Early Morning Westbound: Left, Right, Sky, Bottom, Front, Rear
2. Early Morning Eastbound: Left, Right, Sky, Bottom, Front, Rear
3. Afterglow Westbound: Left, Right, Sky, Bottom, Front, Rear
4. Afterglow Eastbound: Left, Right, Sky, Bottom, Front, Rear

Six parts of "Early Morning, Eastbound, Timeline 2, Camera Alignment Left", Total: 8m (in 6 parts à 133x21cm)

Four zines depicting all 24 collages from the REVISITED Source Footage Collage Series. Original Print Sizes vary from 8 to 15,40 meters.

6DoF: 6 Degrees Of Freedom: These collages exist for each of these six camera alignment (always in a 90 degree angle from the scope's centerpoint) and for all four rides on Sunset Strip. Each collages length is relative to the length of the ride. The aim with this was to show the ryhthm of the rides and how we experience space relative to time. When did I drive fast or slow ... where did I have to stop. The compression or stretching of space is generated through the relations between driving rhythm, -speed, frames per second and movement of captured objects and their distance to the recording camera.

All collages under the umbrella term "REVISITED SOURCE FOOTAGE COLLAGES" originate from the same 360° videos and/or their source footage. Split into three groups they are defined by the process (manual, automated, realtime) of their coming into existence and the aspects of time, space and perspective questionned.

The concept was/is to experiment with the relations of these three (un)constants: time, space and perspective. While some of the collages focus on space and perspective and their depiction (Artist Books), others focus on the depiction of time and rhythm as a dimension of space (Thats what you see in here and in the section Spacetime Videos). Another one uses vinyl as slices of time and space animated in form of flip-book sequence, etc. (Revisit Ost).

Making these collages manually and/or semi-automatedly raised further process oriented questions. I collect and question these under another umbrella term I defined in reference to Walter Benjamin. I called it: "COLLAGE IN THE AGE OF AUTOMATION".

A few examples:
• FRAMED PRINTED MATTER - Spacetime (length: 7,98m - 18m)
• REVISIT OST - Sequenced Vinyl & Insert Collages (length: 5sec)
• ARTIST BOOKS & LTD BOX - Static (length: 4,7m & 5,4m)
• Camera alignments: left, right, sky, bottom, front, rear
• Technics: handmade, semi-automated, scripted

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