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Urban Icosacomposite – Union Square

From Williamsburg I jumped back on the L to get to Manhattan. At this time it was getting close to the time I needed to get to my bus, so I was working the numbers in my head to see if I could pull footage for not one, but two more composite videos. Union Square

Urban Icosacomposite – Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Continuing on from the Brooklyn Bridge, I paradoxically took the A back into Manhattan in order to catch the L to get to northern Brooklyn. I set up shop at 7th and Bedford, a little way from the intersection so I could get a better view of the crosswise traffic. Lots of people of various

Three Shorts in Glovebox Film Festival 2012

Well, the results are in, and all three film shorts I submitted made it into the 2012 Glovebox Film Festival. Glovebox is a couple of folks crusading to get interesting art out in front of the public, and I first showed with them when I arrived in Beantown in 2008. Another short of mine was

Park Street and Downtown Crossing Icosacomposites

Here are the “traditional” icosacomposites I shot on Friday. More of the process of shooting these can be found here. While preparing the Downtown Crossing icosacomposite I discovered that the camera was focusing on the people close to me rather than the subway trains, so this one has a more dreamy feel to it.

Park Street Short Icosacomposites… or “Intervals”

Yesterday I went down to the Boston Public Library to talk with the print curator about my installation for the Rethink Ink exhibition for Mixit Studio’s 25th anniversary. While I was downtown I decided it was a good idea to continue doing icosacomposites on the MBTA Red Line. I got a good location and was

Full Kendall-MIT MBTA Station Icosacomposite

As luck would have it, I was able to get to Kendall-MIT yesterday morning and shoot a full 50 minutes of footage. Here’s the new composite: Funny thing—when you layer time-based media, there’s always a small but non-zero chance that periodic events will synch up in the composition. This is the case here: in some

Short Kendall-MIT Station MBTA Icosacomposite

This morning I got up early so I could catch rush hour at the next station south on the Red Line. It was cold and windy so I drove to Davis Sq to catch the subway, only to find that you can’t feed the meters until 8, which means I would probably come back to