Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Written on May, 27, 2016 by in

Heres some video clips of the light shows James and myself were doing for MV&EE back in 2011    

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Written on May, 09, 2016 by in

The pieces of Nitrate I’m digitising are actually a Billy West short called ‘Blind Mans Buff’. Billy West was Charlie Chaplins greatest impersonator.  

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Written on May, 09, 2016 by in

Cleaning up and checking this old machine for a potential exciting assignment. This projector plays magnetic sound from 16mm as well as optical. As shown below its also a SEPMAG and COMMAG projector and the magnetic band is laced up on this ear side. This image shows something I always liked. This is the view down the optical light ‘lens’. …

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Written on May, 07, 2016 by in

CUBE ARCHIVE This is a framework for developing an ARCHIVE at the Cube Cinema. This diagram shows different classes of unique ‘objects’ that all connect to the Cube, represent or document it or are just part of its hosted collection. Green oblongs are paper/print based objects. Programmes, posters, flyers, etc. Blue Trapezoids are bound books and periodicals, magazines and books. …

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  Seems like a good moment to make some documentation of club rombus. Ill make a static page then add to it. Of course all these links really do is gravitate back to the Cube. For Rombus I’m going to have to dig into the paper, fax, photocopy archives. How did we manage before the www? Well we didn’t have …

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Written on May, 06, 2016 by in

So here is a camera being used as a projector, ie a light source is inside the camera body projecting through the gate where a piece of film is held. The left one has a 135mm (Apochromat, Kinoptik) lens BUT the right one has a cinema 35mm lens with focal length of 40mm. The image sizes are below. The camera …

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Written on May, 06, 2016 by in ,

Here is a shot of the open studio light piece with shadows of ping pong balls configured to imagine a planetary event. The projector was a rank tutor with its normal lens removed and instead a 35mm cinema lens. The small ball is levitating, the large one also appears to be floating.

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