Aberration of Starlight

Noren’s most recent work is a complex visual symphony, playing resounding variations on sight, light and shadow, time, and spatial illusion. 

“’Use your own light, and return to the source of light. This is called “practicing eternity”’ - Lao-Tsu

'So ... Splendor Solis ... in spades. What the light was like' - Andrew Noren

"...in Aberration, Noren tapes moving landscapes from a train in near-real-time, and single, stagnant locations in time-lapse, to show the shifts of lightplay as spaces and times shift along too; light and space and time all here are abstracted, seen only in glimpses if at all. It’s almost as though Noren himself has seized the role of light himself: to selectively reveal pieces of the world (again, if at all) in shades and hues of his choosing." - David Phelps

Author: 

Year: 

2008

Series name: 

9

Country: 

United States
Technical data

Original format: 

DV

Aspect ratio: 

4:3

Colour: 

Colour & B&W

Sound: 

Silent

Length: 

1 hour and 31 minutes

References: 

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