It's funny how things come together. My final exhibiton, may 2019, was titled Zoom in Zoom out. It was a represenation of looking closely into the artisits studio whilst also seeeing the bigger picture of what inspired the making process - the movement within the old factory/ exhibiton space Culemborg.
Now it is clear that I am interested in the same concept - although more specfiic and possibly the inverse. The framing of a specific light environment (and the narative that can develop from an atmosphere made of filter materials. Music, objects, colors, positionings) and, the ability to look behind, and beyond the frame so as to recognize the composition and construction of the scene inside that frame.
I am now presented with the power to control this zoom in an zoom out process very specifically, funnily enough will the intention to use Zoom to do so.
The photo on the right.
Gathering her books and glasses - essential items to start writing - C searched for her green sock, the knittend one that would keep her feet the warmest. After surverying the floor she ducked down to the under bed.
"There you are"
As always one sock had lid off in the middle of the night leaving her with one naked foot, and one warm socked foot. The way she liked it, temperature control.
Grabbing the sock, and standing up, her eyes met the porceline of the bedroom sink where the late morning light happend to be at that time.
She took a photo. She would have washed her face but somehow it felt like blasphamy.
Sock in had, she went to write.
Can I using two zooms at once, show the framed and the process of framing at the same time?
Like a camera to the backstage.