Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 2

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Collection: Single Artist Compilations

Tags: Found Footage, Image Processing, Videoworks

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Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 2

Utilizing strategies of condensation and re-assemblage, these three pieces take Hollywood classics as their starting point. The re-editing process shifts and displaces old meanings until new ones are made.

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Les LeVeque
1999 | 07:30
2 Spellbound
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2 Spellbound is a frame-by-frame re-editing of Alfred Hitchcock’s 111-minute psychoanalytic thriller (1945) into a seven-and-a-half-minute dance video. Converting narrative suspense into visual velocity and exploiting the symmetry of Hitchcock’s...

 

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: image processing

Les LeVeque
2000 | 09:00
4 Vertigo
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In this work, Alfred Hitchcock's 128-minute film Vertigo (1958) has been condensed at the rate of one frame every two seconds. The condensed film was then duplicated four times, shifting the horizontal or vertical orientation of the frame with each...

 

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: image processing

Backwards Birth of a Nation
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Backwards Birth of a Nation is a re-editing of D.W. Griffith's 187-minute film, Birth of a Nation (1915), into a pulsating 13-minute black and white phantasm. By means of structural strategies of condensation, the frame by frame inversion of black...

 

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: film or videomaking, hollywood, image processing, race