Scape (One Minute Version)

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Abstract

‘Scape’ focuses on mechanical or electronic rhythm or motion using images of light sources that take on an idiosyncratic, human subjectivity, leading to hypnagogic states through the use of repetition.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventPlymouth Arts Centre - Plymouth, United Kingdom
Duration: 19 Oct 2010 → …

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Scape (One Minute Version). Snazell, J. (Author). 2010. Event: Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, United Kingdom.

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