Live Time Lapse Video

Uncategorized — jk @ 12:46 am

While a fellow at the artist residency Mildred’s Lane I documented their integration of art and life through time lapse photography. These videos are on display at the Museum of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago this Fall as part of a larger exploration of Mildred’s Lane’s philosophy.
I was fascinated with the way that time lapse photography could give meaning to mundane activities and change how we understand these activities.
In general the cleaning of Carnegie Mellon is something that happens at night. The custodians come in the middle of night and faculty and students rarely see or know the people that keep the school going. They’re taken for granted.
Time lapse photography can make these activities  beautiful while projected video can make these activities visible.
I will be creating Raspberry Pi cameras that will collect time lapse footage, which is then edited, and and projected in a highly visible location on campus.

 

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