LOCATE/DISLOCATE: An Exhibition of Haiku Videos
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My work is concerned with perception and presentness. Using digital video I am employing a notion of “perceptualism” put forward by artist Jack Chambers. Acknowledging HD television and high speed internet, this work challenges the pace and expectations of a contemporary screen event. It ranges in focus from the domestic to the rural, the intimate and sublime. These works, structured in various conceptual configurations of the 5 - 7 - 5 haiku poem, form an immersive gallery installation. Seventeen haiku videos in this series stretch a primary perceptual impact of various circumstances using superimpositions and quick edits in order to reconsider an immediate present and evoke a sense of wonder.
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J. Colin Carney (2009). LOCATE/DISLOCATE: An Exhibition of Haiku Videos. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/4391