24H Panorama (4 min. / SD Video / Sound) is a short animated film of panoramic still images. In this film, time and space seem to exist independently in a sequence of tranquil landscapes. It is the first project in what will become a series of short films that deal with manipulated perception of time and space.
The extremely wideangle images for this projects are shot at regular intervals of 1–2 seconds through a special 360-degrees panoramic lens. All camera-movement is artificial, and digitally added during editing, independent of speed and direction of the material itself, creating an ‘illusionary flow of time and movement’. In the case of this project, the result is a somewhat rough collection of experiments. This project functions more or less as a pilot for further research.
This project is screened:
This project is made possible with a fund of the Department of Cultural Affairs in Utrecht.