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https://www.tamargetter.com/works-by-year-our-stiffs

 

Our Stiffs (7 loops)  2004-5 | 00:08:56:12  (each loop)

 

  "Our Stiffs" consist of a chain of seven independent sequences playing each, and 

     all seven together, in a loop.

   The video deals in several different ways with the static, non-developed state of the 

     single frame, the still image.

   The source materials are from films, paintings, photographs, and graphic works. 

    The binding of the seven sequences is due to the primitive animation applied in  

     their making. Tiny motion sequences, analyzed and processed as though they were 

     a group of single paintings, are multiplied to be re-joined in a new, different 

     pseudo-motion sequence. 

  Accelerated until the picture flickers, or alternately, by slowing it down, to the  

     point of freeze image, these re-made sequences, fast or slow, are perceived in the 

     blink of an eye and are viewed in terms of a single unified picture, easy like a \     

     poster on the highway.

   This readability is clashed head-on by sentences and words designed into them. 

  Either you see the images and cannot read the text, or you read it and cannot see  

     the picture.

  The video work occurs in this gap between the readable and the not readable. Only 

     a deeper study of each loop enables us to identify and take in both. 

  The color and overall design of the seven passages relate to familiar characteristics

     of propaganda ads of the 1950s.

 

 

1. When Bulldozer                                                  

2. Blotted Out Hooligans                          

3. Maminka                                                                 

4. Hebron-Gola-Goola                                   

5. Stone                                                                              

6. Lady of Kinnereth                                            

7. Star                              

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Our Stiffs - The Lady of Kinnereth (part 6 out of 7)

https://www.tamargetter.com/works-by-year-our-stiffs

 

Our Stiffs (7 loops)  2004-5 | 00:08:56:12  (each loop)

 

  "Our Stiffs" consist of a chain of seven independent sequences playing each, and 

     all seven together, in a loop.

   The video deals in several different ways with the static, non-developed state of the 

     single frame, the still image.

   The source materials are from films, paintings, photographs, and graphic works. 

    The binding of the seven sequences is due to the primitive animation applied in  

     their making. Tiny motion sequences, analyzed and processed as though they were 

     a group of single paintings, are multiplied to be re-joined in a new, different 

     pseudo-motion sequence. 

  Accelerated until the picture flickers, or alternately, by slowing it down, to the  

     point of freeze image, these re-made sequences, fast or slow, are perceived in the 

     blink of an eye and are viewed in terms of a single unified picture, easy like a \     

     poster on the highway.

   This readability is clashed head-on by sentences and words designed into them. 

  Either you see the images and cannot read the text, or you read it and cannot see  

     the picture.

  The video work occurs in this gap between the readable and the not readable. Only 

     a deeper study of each loop enables us to identify and take in both. 

  The color and overall design of the seven passages relate to familiar characteristics

     of propaganda ads of the 1950s.

 

 

1. When Bulldozer                                                  

2. Blotted Out Hooligans                          

3. Maminka                                                                 

4. Hebron-Gola-Goola                                   

5. Stone                                                                              

6. Lady of Kinnereth                                            

7. Star                              

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis