Stop Motion Sense

A simple idea really: a series of still photos from the same location, shot in a minimal time frame, stitched together randomly by Flash. What results is a unnerving display of time eating itself, people’s facial and body language coming unstuck from its original meaning and gaining new ones. More, please. (update: there is more.)
Stop Motion Studies – Series 2
From the web site:

All imagery was shot in London, England between October 12 and October 15, 2002. The camera used was a Canon PowerShot A40 — a consumer grade still camera capable of taking roughly 64 low-resolution images per minute. The photos were then brought into Flash MX to be programmatically sequenced and formatted for the Web. There has been no cropping or retouching applied to the images.

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