Watching a film. #1, #2, #3

3 Video works. 2013

3 variation works around the same concept

you can look at the video for the moment on Vimeo:
Watching a film. #1
Watching a film. #2
Watching a film. #3

Based on 35mm film being video taped while rolling through mechanical cinema platform system, we look at the image in movement on the film itself, and its small reflection or projection on the aluminum platform. This work is based on the illusion of movement in films made by the succession of image.

These works are more suitable to be displayed or viewed on a video monitor or HD TV, as a small looped installation, than in cinema program.

2 x IS

Video work, variation project and display, remix from video “IS”. 2011.

Video. 2011.

2 X IS is a video work, variation project, remix of the video "IS".
The video "IS" (ice in Swedish) was made in 1996 and re-edited for digital purpose in 2006.
It has now been remix, with the same video twice, in a 2 frame video screen, with a slight delay between the 2 video frame.
This is multiplying the sound track, with a small delay, speeding up the ryhtm, since the sound is repeated just few seconds after first bit and overlapping first track.

You can watch 2 x IS in HD on Vimeo.
Or in a low resolution at the site link Here.

Photos by Eric Mutel.

HD Video. 2011.
duration: 9min09s
Format: PAL (will be available NTSC as well)
Ratio: HD , 16/9 letterbox ( 1:2,5)
Data video: HD (1440 x 576)
Sound: 2 channels, L/R

Video “IS” is a short experimental film.
1998. re-mastered 2006.
"IS "(Swedish word for ice).
"Cryogenic memory concession, Expired".
IS was shot on Super8.
Telecinema and edited/mastered on Video.
Re-Mastered Digital in 2006-
Media on DVD, or Beta SP and data file.
PAL, ratio 4/3, 720 x 576.
Sound and image, Swedish language, Subtitled English.
Duration 8'30".

Artist/Realisation: Eric Mutel
re-edit & remix sound arrangement 2011: Eric Mutel
Voice: Nadja Widell
Sound track: Loïc Fréjaville
Video editing 1996 version: Wassila Kaïlali

Video has been shown at/in:
- Aave Festival, Helsinki, Finland.
Exhibition of Video Works at XL art space, from 10th to 22nd April 2012.
-Waterpieces video Festival 2011, NOASS, Riga, Latvia.
-Eric Mutel Exhibition, Käytävä gallery & Stoa Gallery, Helsinki, Finland. 2011.