Re: [Frameworks] The Quality of Light

From: Ryder White <>
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 14:00:01 -0700

hi Ray

Al Razutis is my favorite example, probably, cycling around from film
to video to film with his video synth, Felix.

I haven't had the time or perseverance to comb meticulously through
this debate, but one of the things I think is being overlooked is the
myriad of ways we can work with video. It's like the debate is solely
between celluloid and 1080p HD. Meanwhile, I've still got two VCRs,
tons of RCA splitters, four TVs, and a mixer and I'm getting great
results. And it was all free!


On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 11:09 AM, Raymond Salvatore Harmon
<> wrote:
> To diverge here for a moment from the video vs film debate.
> Are there artists either historically or contemporarily, that work in between these two media? In sound you will often here of engineers bouncing audio to tape and then back to digital in order to give it "warmth" etc. Can anyone list some filmmakers who do this kind of interchange in the work they do?
> I am not talking about shooting in video and just printing a film copy or making a video conversion of film print but someone who interchangeably integrates both film and video together into their practice?
> I would be interested in seeing work that can play to both of the set of strengths inherent in these forms.
> Any suggestions?
> Yours
> Ray
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