The Miniature Landscape Correspondence series is an audio visual
collaboration between Una Lee and Chris H Lynn . Each correspondence or observation is composed of two shots, one from each
continent. The films are a homage to the Lumière brothers and the early days of
cinema. In addition, these unassuming landscape moments (shots, views)
coupled with a steady visual rhythm will hopefully reflect the direct experience of the everyday
Crossing the Yangtze River from Zhongshan Wharf to Pukou Station from chris h lynn on Vimeo.
New audiovisual work!
Crossing the Yangtze from Zhongshan wharf to Pukou station was recorded in Nanjing China. The audiovisual work highlights the sights and sounds of a busy wharf and the journey to the historic Pukou railway where factory and pier sounds accentuate the abandoned station.
Thrilled to have Dialogues 1 published on the wonderful Arteidolia website. Dialogues 1 is a audiovisual collaboration with Daniel Barbiero and Una Lee. You can go here to see the work and check out their other entries. A big thanks to Daniel !
Lynlee has also provided our latest track “traceless land” as an excerpt on Soundcloud. Enjoy!
A deep thanks to Moving Image Artists magazine for inviting me to discuss my work in their most recent issue on Landscapes. Here is the link to my article.
Take some time and hopefully discover some new and exciting filmmakers. Here is what they say:
“So we invite you to join us on a journey over land and sea, through mythic forests and open moors, past farmlands, meadows and fields of standing stones, while delving deeper into the mysterious landscapes of the human mind!.”
I am happy to report Una Lee and yours truly are currently working on a few new Miniature Landscapes along with possibly some other audiovisual projects. I am glad to get this going again. The Miniature Landscape Correspondence opened up creative doors and was exhibited a number of times over the years.
Here is the second extract from the Factory Journal project-
A dialogue in sound and image with Simone Weil’s seminal Factory Journal. This is ongoing and still very open. Thanks to Hu for her lovely rendition.