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British-born artist James Nares spent one week in September 2011 filming 16 hours of footage from a moving car traveling the streets of Manhattan. He used the kind of high-definition camera usually reserved for capturing speeding bullets ripping through apples, then edited the footage down to one hour of super-slow-motion street activity put to music. The result is a trippy, dreamlike experience that played at The Metropolitan Museum of Art this past spring and will air on a loop in CIA’s Black Box Projection Room.
Click here to read a review of the 2013 Fall Exhibition by Plain Dealer art and architecture critic Steven Litt.
Above: James Nares, film still from Street. Courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin gallery.
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