Stop motion Studies

September 4th, 2006


Stop Motion Studies

David Crawford | Japanese

To translate the stilled image into movement is to see the uncanny nature of the photograph transformed out of one emotional and aesthetic paradigm into another. The uncanny of the indexical inscription of life, as in the photograph, merges with the uncanny of mechanized human movement that belongs to the long line of replicas and automata.
Laura Mulvey, Death 24x a Second

Stop Motion Studies - Tokyo

Stop Motion Studies – Tokyo, 2004

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