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Premiered at the Seoul International New Media Festival | presented at the Portland Art Museum/Northwest Film & Video Festival USA | Son & Vue, Montreal | Stocka International FF & Media Gallery, Sweden | Vancouver International Film Centre | Opening—Festival Internacional de Arte Experimental, Bilbao, Spain
To “bless” is to “mark with blood”
The Morphology of Nature and Digital Imagery
1/2 of the film was shot using a hand cranked 35mm camera, a 1912 Bell and Howell 2709 — B. The other half of the film was shot in HD. The film was hand processed and using the colour matrix and gamma of a hand made emulsion (using my own tinted blood cells for grain — based on a 1930’s patent) the film was transferred to high definition video.
The more abstracted colour layers were created via the application of a quite imperfect arnold's cat map on some of the data driven coloured hand processed material.
— analog / binary —
Distributed by Video Out firstname.lastname@example.org
+ thanks to The Canada Council for the Arts and B.C. Culture
57 minutes. HD Installation: 22 min. loop
Music: Lisa Walker Music and Sound Design: Absolute Value of Noise
Miles de Courcy — 2nd Camera & Processing of BW Film Stock
Also thanks to the Silversmith Power & Light Corporation, Sandon, British Columbia, Canada This hydro-electric generating station is the oldest
continuously operating plant in Canada & is one of the oldest of its type in the world.