Rocking Chair is a response to Vladimir Tatlin’s ability to reference the two dimensionality of traditional painting with a three dimensional sculpture mounted on the wall. I wanted to try and address the simultaneity of those sculptures through film. With four separate shots of friends in a rocking chair I broke up the rocking motion into four segments allowing each figure to travel through filmic space in four parts. The result is an attempt to reference 16mm film’s ability to render somewhat accurate depth while remaining a two dimensional projected image.
New Year New Work 2018
Saturday, January 27 & Sunday, January 28
Announcing our annual New Year New Work Program! These two screenings showcase the wide-ranging work of both new and long-term FMC members.
Other films by this artist in our catalogue
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A Walk Through Alphabet City
Zach Hart16mm, color, optical sound, 13 minRental format: 16mm