Exterior Extended (2013)
9min · Documentary, Short · 25 October 2013
Thirty-six frames of 35mm film in dizzyingly rapid compositions create a study of the viewer's spatial perception. Photographs taken in the ruins of a rural house always take the viewpoint from the inside out. A layering of compositions and negative and positives, sometime alternating, sometimes mixed together in order to create an illusion of changing depth and distance from the outside that we are forbidden from entering. The combination of the rectangles of the walls and windows in the tapering perspective creates horizons within horizons, thus building a completely new house on screen.
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