Source Footage Collages / PRINT & FRAMED
Six collages from the REVISIT PCH Source Footage Collage Series. Original Print Sizes: 14 meters each. Six fixed directional axes (6DoF) of the 360° video in spacetime: Left, Right, Sky, Bottom, Front, Rear
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
The collages all originate from the 360 video source footage. They are split into two groups. Each group defined by the process of their coming into existence. The stitching process is either a manual one or a semi-automated one. Some of the collages focus on space and its depiction, others on time as a dimension of space and its depiction.
6DoF: 6 Degrees Of Freedom: These collages exist for each of these six camera alignment (always in a 90 degree angle from the scope's centerpoint) for this ride down Pacific Coast Highway between Malibu Peer and Westward Beach Road (Zuma Beach). The collage's length is relative to the length of the ride. The aim with this was to show the ryhthm of the rides and how we experience space relative to time. When did I drive fast or slow ... where did I have to stop. The compression or stretching of space is generated through the relations between driving rhythm, -speed, frames per second and movement of captured objects and their distance to the recording camera.
All collages under the umbrella term "REVISITED SOURCE FOOTAGE COLLAGES" originate from the 360° videos and/or their source footage. Split into three groups they are defined by the process (manual, automated, realtime) of their coming into existence and the aspects of time, space and perspective questionned.