Re: query about making work independently

From: 40 Frames (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Dec 04 2008 - 13:13:29 PST

Ask Devon Damonte!

Devon has been direct animating on clear leader for years.... brilliant
work! SIngle channel works, and multi-channel
projector loop performances.

Much can be done with limited means, though it does require projection
equipment, which is not to difficult to come by
these days.


On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 12:40 PM, Carl E Bogner <email suppressed> wrote:

> A friend is surveying a number of us on the following topic/query. Asked me
> to post to you all. Thanks for whatever time you have for this query - which
> may not, or may, be related to current considerations of the facility of
> academia and economies:
> --------------------
> A question just came to me while I was reading. Maybe you could post
> it to Frameworks?
> Let's say one wanted to make work without use of any video
> technologies. Let's also say that one did not have the ability to
> afford repairs of specialized film equipment, nor the ability to
> perform such repairs oneself. Finally, let's say one wanted to engage
> in a filmmaking practice that was portable, efficient, sustainable.
> How would one do this--and what is the cheapest way?
> Answer in practical terms: assuming one has no equipment or materials, what
> would one need to acquire, and how would the use of these materials be
> portable and sustainable? How would the images get recorded? How would
> the maker assemble images into sequences? How would the sequences be
> projected for groups? If it's not obvious, the challenge of this
> question--what might be fun about trying to answer it--has to do in
> part with how it's a puzzle, but also with the kinds of philosophical
> musings it might inevitably give rise to (for example, is there now,
> and irrevocably, no real answer to this question?).
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