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Date: Thu Dec 16 2010 - 13:39:11 PST
I just remembered that Judith Goddard, a UK video artist, made some
gallery work with a water fall lit by a strobe light. You could try
the Study Collection again for info,
On 16 Dec 2010, at 10:08, jennifer cadger wrote:
> Hi David,
> I have watched the video of the construction of the installation of
> "On the nature of things" (found extremely interesting as I work
> with water) and had guessed that the projector was above in the rain
> machine but didn’t know what the projection screen was- would never
> have guessed it was a paving slab!!
> Hi Jeanne,
> I was aware of Keith Evans and the Slit collective, from a previous
> frameworks post. However I have found no literary reviews or
> descriptions of the works in any detail that I can use.
> Sounds fascinating thought. Wish I had a time machine so that I
> could go and check out all the fascinating works that I have been
> told about!
> Hi David,
> Rebecca Belmore's exhibit 'Fountain',
> Just what I was looking for.
> Hi Gene,
> Gary Hill's "Frustrum" uses solenoids which were also used in Rafael
> Lozano-Hemmer’s “Pulse Tank” (2008)
> I work with physical water in expanded cinema in my studio practice
> so all works that have used liquids are interesting to me on lots of
> different levels.
> Hi Tom
> Think you will like this http://www.moviebus.org.uk/
> Old cinema bus that has been lovingly restored to its former glory.
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