leeland mcphail passes the torch to a new group of thinkers/makers with an open question having to do with our visuality.
The image is taken from a piece leeland made in the class visual practice with senior instructor- fred pearsall. Click on: “Read more” to see complete video installation.
Somewhere down the line we, as a society, have come to know everything through vision. An easy example of this is the passing of a family that listens to the baseball game on the radio, to watching it. In this video, the sound sometimes matches with the visual artifacts, but at what times, and what are we even looking at?
How might we come to know something by the way it sounds, when our vision does not give us enough information?
As a way of interrogating our visual tendencies, i made this video using processing 1.0, adobe after affects (twice), and a digital slr.
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