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UNITED STATES, 2001, 00:04:44

Production : MC ELWEE Van
Genre : Video art
Keyword : Space, City

Summary :
The Atomium was built for the Brussels Expo in 1958 as a futuristic emblem of scientific progress. This gigantic monument represents an atomic lattice of iron crystals, magnified one hundred sixty-five billion times. In FOURTH AXIS, camera moves inside the actual structure cause a virtual external skeleton to grow, bringing the Atomium's three-dimensional elements into a new alignment along a fourth vector.
Animation: Casper Mc ELWEE.

VAN McELWEE’s body of video work includes over forty single channel pieces and installations. Grants and awards include The American Film Institute Independent Filmmaker Award, The National Endowment for the Arts Independent Production Fund (seven time recipient), and a travel grant from the Government of India. McElwee’s work is exhibited extensively worldwide and is represented by The Kitchen in New York, Trabant Gallery in Austria, Heure Exquise! in France, and the Inter Media Art Institute in Germany. Van McElwee is Professor of Electronic and Photographic Media at Webster University in St. Louis.

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Technical information : Animation: Casper Mc Elwee
Original format : video
Aspect ratio : 4/3
Chroma : Couleur
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