Welcome back to Friday everybody.
I hope yours is decidedly Spring-like.
Where was I — VIDEOS! Yes.
Here we go…
“Hakanaï is written in the Japanese language by combining two elements, one that refers to man and one who means the dream.
It defines what is impermanent and does not last.”
“The coal-mining town of Bulli, south of Sydney, is not regarded as a repository of high art, nor as a vibrant and pulsing beehive of life and color, and yet there was Ray Collins. Seven years ago the idea of his new photography book, Found at Sea, would have seemed ludicrous to him; he was still working a mile down in the mines and hadn’t shot a single frame. Collins crawled out of the mines after blowing out a knee – ‘No shock absorbers left,’ he says – and bought a camera with the payout. In the short years since, Collins has transitioned from subterranean to submarine and become arguably the most inventive water photographer in Australia.”
Some striking work here most definitely.
While I feel certain that there is a computerised version of this kind of thing, this is beautiful to watch. A dying art, I’m sure.
“Generative and interactive virtual-reality installation”
Because why not?
Have a great weekend everybody.