by Peter MILLER
& Alexander STEWART
2008 / 16mm / color / silent / 1S / 6' 30
Between 1969 and 1972 NASA astronauts left 12 Hasselblad 500C camera bodies on the moon, bringing only the film back with them as a way to cut down on unnecessary excess weight.
If you believe in that sort of thing.
A high-speed camera can be used to replicate the gravity of the moon. Doing so invokes questions concerning the overall role that duplicity plays in media. Low gravity and slow motion have in common the fact that they make movement fluid and beautiful.
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