In Market, the first film Robakowski produced with the Workshop of Film Form, he attempted to expose film's potential to create an illusion of reality as it was exploited by professional cinema. He showed that the feeling of reality film creates is merely a product of technology and, more precisely, the effect of the standard frame rate in the camera or the projector (24 frames per second). A slight modification of this speed or filming at a different frame rate (say, five frames every two seconds, as is the case in Market), gives an entirely different image of recorded reality.
Quoted from: Ł. Ronduda, Polish Art of the 70s. Avant-garde, Warsaw 2009.
Source: 35 mm
© Józef Robakowski
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