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Kobresia: What Is (2012)

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"Kobresia: What Is" is a long-form experimental film or visual tone poem. This video is one element generated for Phil Garrett's performance art event/installation as part of the exhibition... See full summary »

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"Kobresia: What Is" is a long-form experimental film or visual tone poem. This video is one element generated for Phil Garrett's performance art event/installation as part of the exhibition "Stage/Studio: Space Transformed" at the The Ohio State University's Urban Arts Space. In the installation, the film plays as both a part of a complex Isadora projection, and as the source video being fed through a network of technologies: from an iPod Touch, fed through a video splitter to vintage video equipment including a 1970 Zenith B&W TV, a Sony Trinitron field monitor, an oscilloscope, waveform monitor, and vectroscope. Written by Phil Garrett

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Unused footage from the film 'Eroded' is included in portions of the film. This footage was shot by DP Al Laus. See more »

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