Working the Land: malleable landscape

A morphological study of the "indifferent malleability" of an anonymous landscape, through a process of significant stretching and compressing. This "indifference" refers to the suprising graphic "integrity" of a digitally manipulated landscape, as well as to our generally detached relationship to the land. Each landscape is a "real" photograph morphing into a manipulated "derivative" of that same image (or vice versa). In addition, each set is morphed with the scenes before and after it, to create one fluid/static "5 minute landscape".

digitally manipulated stills on video, 5 min. (looped) colour, silent.


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