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Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

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Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

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“Photography, like music, must be born in the unmanifest world of spirit.”

–– Paul Caponigro

 

Paul Caponigro is a master photographer from the golden era whose spiritually-moving images – created over a period of seventy years – speak effortlessly to monotones of one’s soul. Have you seen his Running White Deer? Are they deer? Are they spirits? Are they whispers of the wind? Or, is it simply an amazing 'intersection of time, space, light, and emotional stance', as Paul puts it? All I know is, this image firmly stirred my definition of creativity, which has never been the same ever again. The Zen exuded from that and other images of this legendary photographer communicates well with the ‘unmanifested world of spirit’ and deeply irrigates the soul.

 

“You can photograph a thing for what it is and for what else it is.”

 

Last weekend, the Sunset center at Carmel-by-the-Sea hosted Paul Caponigro for a lecture. Paul is now 87 years old and doesn’t travel much. So, this lecture was a rare opportunity to hear directly from a master. Not surprisingly therefore, upon our arrival, Rishabh and I found the little lecture room overflowing with people – a vast sea of old timers punctuated every now and then by a restless youngster or a famous contemporary photographer. For almost an hour, Paul spoke about his life, images, philosophy, and 'those West Coast photographers' – Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, and Minor White – who were his mentors in one or another capacity. While narrating abstract images of rocks and clouds, he quoted his mentor/friend Minor (see the title of this paragraph) and fondly recalled their cross-country road trip in the sixties that led to many outstanding landscape images. He spoke about the role of mythology –– our anchoring beliefs that distill the timelessness of a landscape to a single moment represented in the photograph. But by far, '…for what it is and for what else it is', was my favorite definition of creativity for the evening.

 

"Paul, would you like to tell us something about your editing techniques?”

 

One got a true glimpse of the photographer’s personality during the question-answer session. In response to the above question about ‘editing techniques’, his brief answer was delivered with a dose of disdain for the process. 'Editing… what editing? If it’s no good, you throw it out!' When someone asked him about the preference of his son – John Paul Caponigro, a creative fine art photographer in his own right – for color imagery, he smirked and quipped, 'He doesn’t know any better'. Finally, finding enough courage, I asked him why certain things (such as, his outstanding negative prints) work so well in black-and-white but would not work at all in polychrome. He was quick to point out that the real deal is not in technicality. 'It’s up to you', he said with the authoritative sensitivity of a Sensei, 'to find a way to get – what you feel is the magic in the color – across through the images you present to your audience. …it’s a lonely process.'

 

Lonely process it sure is… To find the spirit of a place churning around like Paul Caponigro’s white deer, capturing it for what it is and also for what else it is, and finally editing it to not throw away, but convey to you my dear audience, the mythical magic of the moment when I was there… in color! Yes Paul, it's amply clear… I must not know any better.

 

Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

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Icons of Sound: Cappella Romana in a virtual Hagia Sophia -

Cherubic Hymn in Mode 1

Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and the Art & Art History Department

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Hagia Sophia

Ayasofya, Fatih, Istanbul

Αγία Σοφία (Κωνσταντινούπολη)

 

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Thought some moving images would get the idea over a little better! Machinima and Music by yours truly ;)

On Marketplace

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Icons of Sound: Cappella Romana in a virtual Hagia Sophia -

Cherubic Hymn in Mode 1

Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and the Art & Art History Department

iconsofsound.stanford.edu/

 

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photo:

Hagia Sophia

Ayasofya, Fatih, Istanbul

Αγία Σοφία (Κωνσταντινούπολη)

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hagia_Sophia

ayasofyamuzesi.gov.tr/en

www.hagiasophia.com/

www.sacred-destinations.com/turkey/istanbul-hagia-sophia

www.byzantium1200.com/hagia.html

www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/a-monumental-struggle-to-pr...

www.doaks.org/library-archives/icfa/moving-image-collecti...

   

Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, July 2013

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This week, for the first time in its history, Cologne Cathedral is floodlit with moving images. The light production tells the story of the First World War in moving images and thus reminds observers of the end of the war 100 years ago.

 

Mit einer großen Licht-Installation af der Südseite des Kölner Dom wird an das Ende des Ersten Weltkriegs vor 100 Jahren erinnern.

Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, July 2013

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The staircase of the MOMI (Museum of Moving Image) NY.

 

The Museum of Moving Image is a media museum located in a former building of the historic Astoria Studios (now Kaufman Astoria Studios), in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens, New York City. The museum originally opened in 1988 as the American Museum of the Moving Image. The museum began a $67 million expansion in March 2008 and reopened in January 2011. The expansion was designed by architect Thomas Leeser.

 

The Museum of the Moving Image exists to expand public understanding and appreciation of the art, history, technique and technology of film, television, and digital media by collecting, preserving, and providing access to moving-image related artifacts via multimedia exhibitions and educational programming. The exhibits include significant audio/visual components designed to promote an understanding of the history of the industry and an understanding of how it has evolved.

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A screenshot of moving images interweaving expressionist artist Stephen B. Whatley with his eclectic paintings via the Home Pages of his new website, launched May 13, 2016.

 

Whatley's work has been published in TIME magazine and there is a permanent walkway of his 30 paintings for the Tower of London, outside Tower Hill Station, London.

 

See more at: www.stephenbwhatley.com

The Jim Henson Exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image

at the museum of the moving image.

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NYU's Tisch School hosts the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program. Graduation for Tisch is at Radio City Music Hall

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Photographs may be more memorable than moving images, because they are a neat slice of time, not a flow. Each still photograph is a privileged moment turned into a slim object that one can keep and look at again. -- Susan Sontag

  

A light installation by digital artists Squidsoup inside an empty shop in the Waterside Shopping Centre part of Lincoln's Frequency Festival of Digital Culture 2015.

 

Frequency Festival of Digital Culture is a biennial festival hosted across Lincoln, providing a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate.

 

The festival is brought to the city through an established partnership between the University of Lincoln, Lincoln BIG, Visit Lincoln, Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV) and Threshold Studios, an artist-led creative media and visual arts organisation specialising in the production of digital, moving image and public realm works. Principal funding for Frequency Festival 2015, of £145,000, has come from the National Lottery through Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts scheme.

 

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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), at Federation Square, Melbourne, is Australia's national museum of film, video games, digital culture and art. During the 2015-16 financial year, 1.45 million people visited ACMI, the second-highest attendance of any gallery or museum in Australia, and the most visited moving image museum in the world.

Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

All my images are protected under international authors copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without my written explicit permission. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 © Jacques Freund View Awards Count

Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

All my images are protected under international authors copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without my written explicit permission. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 © Jacques Freund View Awards Count

Martial Arts demonstration @ The Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, Queens, NYC 8/20/0

If real is what you can feel, smell, taste and see, then 'real' is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain

Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), "The Matrix" (1999)

Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

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ow theatres to today's cinema.

Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

All my images are protected under international authors copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without my written explicit permission. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 © Jacques Freund View Awards Count

another shot from Federation Square

experimenting in moving images...and making HUD filters for image taking. Plus you get the added bonus of hearing me sniff ! :-)

 

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Five Years Maartje Jaquet in Atelier Open.

 

This installation was part of Moving Images, my very first exhibition in Atelier Open (2010):

 

Maartje Jaquet made a series of videos that were like almost abstract moving paintings. Among others, the view from the car window along the same stretch of highway. In summer, winter and early spring. Flying trees, dancing branches, creeping images of green foliage, dripping gray rain. She felt like transforming these moving pictures into series of actual paintings. On widescreen wooden panels, 19.5 x 33.5 cms each. Altogether the paintings as a series give an impression of movement, as if you are watching a movie.

The exhibition is an installation of the videos, film stills and paintings.

In the middle of Federation Square, Melbourne. None of this was here when I was last on this corner..15 years ago.

Museum of the Moving Image.

36-01 35th Ave, New York, NY 11106

 

Great museum, worth a visit

Museum of the Moving Image.

36-01 35th Ave, New York, NY 11106

 

Great museum, worth a visit

This shot has won me 2nd place in the International Photography Award 2011 in moving images category. I got lucky on my first try to this competition :)) Click to view this set of images "Poetry of Motion"

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Housed in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadHoused in the former Casa de les Aigües, a central location in the Mercadal neighbourhood in Girona, this museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces, from the first moving images from shadow theatres to today's cinema.

 

All my images are protected under international authors copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without my written explicit permission. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 © Jacques Freund View Awards Count

This was cool... The objects and the projected shadows were deliberately out of sync.

A still image of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI). Part of the Federation Square complex, Melbourne, Australia.

 

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