Posted on November 8, 2006 by Pink Twins
2006, DV, 4:00 min, 4:3, Stereo

A journey into the depths of a landscape. It delves deeply into the secrets of basic particles of digital moving image. A single satellite photo of a glacier is transformed into whirls of motion, resembling natural phenomena, blizzards, storms, rain. All this is fixed into a steady pulsing rhythm, allowing change and tranformation be woven into a static continuity.
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Video Tech
All Pink Twins video works can be shown in screenings or as installations.

Screening copies are generally HD video files (Prores or H.264). Also DCP, BluRay, DVD and further formats can be delivered, according to respective technical requirements. Please contact AV-arkki for technical details.

In exhibitions, the video works are installed on individual large projections, in a darkened space, with a quality stereo sound system (no monitors, no headphones).