The film Resonance was made using stop motion. The artist splits the recorded footage into separate frames which he prints and photographs, subsequently reassembling them into a film.
The process – which provides scope for analysing the characteristics of two different realities – photography and video, is quite contrary. On the one hand, it provides the viewer with an insight into its own inception, on the other hand, the work itself is a finite product, a painstakingly detailed art film.
Sadowski’s video is both a reflection on scientific theories about the structure of the world and an attempt to create an alternative reality.
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