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[Video] Klappe By Kate Pelling
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[Video] Klappe is concerned with editing the [video] environment and how this might inform the [real] environment. [Video] Klappe is based in a video process, and presents the results of a number of... More > editing techniques, such as transcription, translation, the selection of still images, and editing using drawing and text. The publication includes 87 drawings and a transcription of speech that was generated during the recording of the video material. The backdrop of [Video] Klappe is the town of Niederbrechen in Germany and the publication could indeed be understood as a love letter to the town. Kate Pelling is a British artist based in Germany. Language: English and German.< Less
Bearbeitungsklappe [Editing Flap] By Kate Pelling
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Bearbeitungsklappe [Editing Flap] is a book of drawings. It is also a piece of experimental video art. The book consists of ninety-five drawings that resulted from editing a video recorded through... More > the letterbox of the artist's house in Niederbrechen, Germany. Each drawing in the publication shows an edited version of twenty-four events that took place while the video was being recorded, such as people returning from trips to the shops, cars transporting their owners to work or a cat going about its daily business. The publication examines how iteration and transdisciplinary editing strategies can take an event far away from the original point of recording. While the book is a celebration of the everyday in a very, very small part of Niederbrechen, it also considers how providing a new context for these mundane events can shed new light on them. Kate Pelling is a British artist based in Germany. Language: English/German Published by Fifth Floor Publications ISBN 978-0-9576128-2-2< Less
A Relational [Video] Grammar: Extrapolation By Kate Pelling
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a relational [video] grammar: extrapolation by Kate Pelling is an editing experiment that uses drawing and the addition/reconfiguration/obliteration of text to examine speech generated during the... More > making of direct address to camera, within a context of artists’ film and video. a relational [video] grammar: extrapolation tests the conceptual relationships between linguistic and technological editing processes. The multiple layers of information within the pages of this publication contain narrative possibilities that engage with these editing processes on many levels, without the necessity of using the format of video beyond the recording of the speech.< Less

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