Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Sophie MacPherson

Peter Liversidge "Proposals"

Tacita Dean

Tacita Dean, Installation Views, The Green Ray, 2001, color film, 16MM, silent, 2 1/2 minutes.

"In America they call it the green flash. When the sun sets, in a very clear horizon, with no land mass for many hundreds of miles, and no moisture or atmospheric pressure, you have a good chance of seeing it. The slowest ray is the blue ray, which comes across as green when the sun sets in perfect atmospheric conditions. It’s the last ray as the sun recedes with the curvature of the earth. Like a pulse on the horizon. It’s totally fractional, though it can last longer."

Monday, 7 February 2011

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Lisa Oppenheim

"The Sun is Always Setting Somewhere Else"

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

One million years

Images in motion

edward muybridge - sequenced image of a rotating sulky wheel with muybridge climbing steps
steven pippin - laundromat - locomotion - walking without trousers - man no. l1999.322