Ana Villas Boas describes herself as an Urban sociologist and runner focused on studies about soundscapes and silence. Over at Keep Moving Flow she has written some wonderful lines on a few of my films/sounds and how it relates to her running practice. This perspective is really quite unique, but makes perfect sense. Look for more post on this topic soon, but for now take a trip to São Paulo, Brasil and enjoy her words.
I am really looking forward to screening the entire work in November. More on this in the upcoming weeks.
A night of moving images in a variety of formats – 16mm, super 8mm, and digital video; with work by Rebecca Reynolds, A. Moon, Pat Doyen, Chris Lynn, Nate Scheible and Patrick Cain. Go here for the program!
Super 8 still 89 from Journal of Drifting Hours
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An ongoing exploration of the audiovisual in urban and rural landscapes.
These views (scenes, occasions) reflect the rhythm and tempo of isolated moments.
Landscape Tempo 9: Recorded in Crespière, France
Landscape Tempo 10: Recorded in Shanghai, China