So, it’s been a while since I’ve posted here, I blame Covid-19, finishing my PhD, writing a chapter for a new book on Rhythmanalysis and so much Zoom…But I’m back, with some links to the research I’ve published and news of new work in the offing. Firstly my PhD, if you would like to read […]
I have been developing a way of gathering audience feedback from outdoor events which is a bit more fun than the usual questionnaire. The Vox Pop Velociped is a mobile interview platform designed for short punchy interviews with audience members. The customised tricycle can pedal around capturing images of the event in the background whilst […]
Several people have been asking for more details on precisely what commissioning a Rhythmanalysis is for, what it would entail and what they would get at the end. There are a variety of possibilities and I have tried to sum them up in the diagram below. (Or here if that’s too small to read) At […]
I have spent Christmas and New Year deep in research into all things time-lapse in preparation for my next PhD Viva. This has thrown up some new ideas for ways to present the footage and a lot of theory around the way time-lapse works on our perceptions. My personal favourite is the Russian Professor who […]
This short lecture introduces Dr Dawn Lyon’s research using time-lapse in Billingsgate Fish Market. She also gives an introduction to Lefebvre’s concept of Rhythmanalysis. If you are interested in the theory and uses of time-lapse rhythmanalysis its definitely worth a look. Like me, she cites Paul Simpson as a key source in the practice.
The video below is the presentation I gave at Making Waves in November 2017. It gives an overview and some examples of the current state of my research into outdoor arts. If you are interested in the project please take this very short survey so I can keep you in the loop.
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A short video introducing the analysis of outdoor arts through rhythmanalysis using time-lapse video documentation.
Some of these sources are journal articles which might be difficult to access if you are not a member of a university library – drop me a line if you want to read something here which you can’t find and I will try to help. If you know of something which should be on the […]