FILM: 6 MINUTES AND 27 SECONDS

 

Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is an abstraction. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds abstracts both time and space, and one’s perception of the world. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is simultaneously a film as well as being abstract art in motion. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is digital art painted in RGB on the modern canvas that is the monitor. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is film, installation art, and digital video painting. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds tells a story, the story of time and space. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds does not have characters or plot, but rather is perception and experience. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds draws the viewer in, while simultaneously estranging. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds takes the mundane, the common and everyday, and abstracts it, creating instead something which is alien, uncertain, and unique. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is a film which functions while lacking a central axis. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds appropriates, deconstructs, recontextualizes, and re-approaches. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is simultaneously antiquated and modern in attempt, function, theory, and look. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is a discussion on the impossible. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is a film that is full of images while being devoid of the recognizable. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds is empty of past and future and is always present. Six Minutes And Twenty Seven Seconds, its inconclusive and undecided status, summons from us, the viewer, judgment, and invites us - incites us - to respond.

 

The following are a few images from the series.

All Copyright Michael P. Toussaint 2017