[Frameworks] Fibonacci Sequence
peter.mudie at uwa.edu.au
Tue Aug 19 23:10:43 UTC 2014
Hollis Frampton’s STATES (1967) applies the Fibonacci sequence - especially to the intervals between the image sequences of the gas/liquid/solid reflected light.
I just was watching the film again last night – a great work.
From: Fred Camper <f at fredcamper.com<mailto:f at fredcamper.com>>
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Date: Thursday, 7 August 2014 5:00 am
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Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Fibonacci Sequence
These are not films, but the 16 "Accretions" linked to near the top of this page
are series of photo-based digital prints that have cinema as one key inspiration. The use of Fibonacci numbers in them should be obvious.
They do have some aspects of "experimental" films: no actors, no obvious narrative, no sound track....
On 8/5/2014 4:26 PM, c b wrote:
I'm looking for experimental films that engage with the Fibonacci sequence - suggestions?
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