2015, 03:15 minutes, colour, English
Part of a series titled "re/renderingthelandscape."
“re/renderingthelandscape” is a program of interrogating the legacy of painterly and cinematic genres present in the physical and cultural transitions embodied in the surface features of an area of land, and in the cultural acquisition and manipulation of information. To which the language of digital post-production (multiple takes, cross-dissolve, warp-stabilizer, colour correction) is deployed as means of articulating our changing relationship “to the catalogue of forms, postures, and images” (Bourriaud) we now call the landscape.
"Intersection" works on numerous levels of what might constitute a meeting point. In the literal (geographic) sense it is the point where two thoroughfares cross one another. On a metaphorical level "Intersection" refers to a convergence of similar and dissimilar forces. And, from the technological standpoint intersection reflects on the capacity of digital technologies to join separate or different sequences into one. Highlighted is the notion of intersections as meeting points for multiple occurrences (lures) where myriad meanings are found and lost in a constant interplay - the site for utopic excess and individual discovery.
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