Milk Drops 2

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    Abstract

    Milk Drops 2’ was a live expanded cinema performance involving a 16mm and a digital film projector. Which was performed at the reception of the 'Off The Screen' exhibition that was part of the Ann Arbor Film Festival 2019. The two projectors formed a double projection of images overlaid on top of each other. The 16mm film projector plays a loop of clear film leader that has on it a sequence of single drops of milk placed on the clear film strip using a pipette. The digital projector plays a digitally capture of a similar loop of clear polyester film leader with milk drops on it that has been captured from a 16mm analytic projector.

    The milk drops form their own shapes/forms on the clear leader and when projected give the sense of a dynamic animated dance.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationAnn Arbor, Michigan, US
    PublisherAnn Arbor Film Festival
    Media of outputOther
    Publication statusPublished - 28 Mar 2019

    Keywords

    • Experimental Film
    • Expanded Cinema
    • Film Performance

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