Timelapse: Maisie Broadhead Makes a Hall & Adamson

Juxtapoz // Monday, 23 Jul 2012
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The genre, style, and concept that is the timelapse video is growing up before our very eyes, and becoming an experimental art form in ways that we are finding more and more intriguing everyday. Take this brilliant timelapse by Maisie Broadhead, in collaboration with Jack Cole, where we watch a unique recreation of a1844 photographic print by Hill and Adamson.

From the video, "Artist Maisie Broadhead originally trained as a jeweller and now produces fine art photographic parodies. Her work is being featured as part of a ground-breaking exhibition at the National Gallery. As part of the exhibition Jack Cole and Maisie Broadhead directed a video to be hung next to the 1844 photographic print by Hill and Adamson that it references. It was Produced by Cap Gun Collective, Edited by James Norris at Whitehouse London and Post and VFX by Carbon FX. It recently aired on Channel 4's Random Acts."

OdeToHillAndAdamson_Master_300512.mov from Whitehouse Content on Vimeo.



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