by Janis Crystal LIPZIN
2021 / 16mm & Super 8mm & Video / color / sound / 1S / 19' 32
In SOME MISTAKES I HAVE MADE, I re-imagine almost 50 years of super-8mm, 16mm, and half-inch video outtakes, experiments, accidents, processing errors and unplanned occurrences calling attention to the constructed nature of representation. Do these recordings of past failures reveal any new meanings? View a video of this book here: http://www.jclvision.com/artist-books.html
The film was inspired and preceded by my artist book of the same title made in 2018 in which I re-purposed the residue of a tool that was used to create documents for most of the 20th century: the typewriter. I was fascinated with the innovation of correction tape that magically lifted typed errors off the page and saved many reels of tape from those times before I used a computer. How often do we get to see our mistakes in life graphically represented?
|distribution format||Digital file on server (HD)|
|screen||16/9 (single screen)|
|rental fee||77,00 €|