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vindöga (2006)

 

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vindöga (2006). Installation with projected video, the dimensions of a standard window, 10', loop, silent.

 

A window can be seen on a wall in a room without windows. You can't quite see through it. It is as though it is covered by a membrane, or filter, something elusive. But something is hinted behind it. A house, maybe some bushes. Is someone walking there? The light changes, and is changed. Shifts. The thing behind there is sometimes made clearer, sometimes disappears entirely.

Black lines flickers past. Dust and dirt move around in tranquil dance.

 

vindöga, is a video projection which is projected to the size of a window on a wall with no window. It was first shot with a Super 8-camera, single frame, then shot with a video camera and slowed down. The slowing has made the dust from the Super 8 projection more distinctive, remaining in view for longer and attaining its own meaning.

vindöga is an animation of sorts, from dawn till dusk. And over again.

 

Read 'Vindöga' by Emil Nilsson (in swedish)

 

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