Sunday, 10 October 2010
Saturday, 9 October 2010
Friday, 8 October 2010
where students from Massey University School of Fine Arts and
Elam School of Fine Arts' students have collaborated.
The show was curated by current Massey University students,
Caroline Redelinghuys (2nd year Fine Arts) and Kate Adolph (Final year Photography).
My video work took part in this exhibition.
Footage of B-Theory exhibition opening
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Our band with Max Trevor and Daniel Boobyer
Monday, 4 October 2010
They appear to be still photographs: luminous shots of dancers in mid movement, projected on three outdoor screens, each several storeys high. Alone, the unexpectedness and monumental scale of these images would compel the eye. But keep looking, and suddenly you become aware of their breathtaking extra dimension. Hovering at the limits of human perception is the haunting beauty of a stillness that moves.
To achieve these unique studies of the human body in ultra-slow motion, artist David Michalek used a special high-definition camera running at 1,000 frames a second. Shot at such speed, a five-second gesture expands to fill 10 minutes of screen time, opening our eyes to a strange world of almost suspended animation.
Michalek's subjects, richly diverse in age, ethnicity and dance form, are acclaimed dancers and choreographers from around the world: artists who work in styles and traditions ranging from Japanese court dance to Afro-Brazilian capoeira, from flamenco to hip-hop, from classical ballet to hoop dancing.
Saturday, 2 October 2010
I'm hurt. I feel hurt. Hurt by you. Hurt by you. I feel very hurt by you.
But you don't know that I'm hurt. I maybe selfish feeling this way.
But it is still true that I'm actually hurt.
I understand you but I'm still hurt. I understand your situation, yes I do.
I'm still hurt though.
You don't know it though. But it's okay.
I'll just be hurt.