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Copernican Camera: Rotation 2

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  This video is the second full loop I’ve shot with the Copernican Camera, a motorised camera mount I made to bring an non-geocentric perspective to an everyday context. The first time it was in Scotland following the stars, this … Continue reading

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Mis-en-a-Z Ⅰ, Ⅱ & Ⅲ

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  The black circular frame occupies the same plane as an image of itself – the conflict between the two surfaces causes a glitch called z-fighting or stitching which changes as they move relative to the camera, generating complex patterns. … Continue reading

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The Four Solids Plotted

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  These are plots on paper of some of my algorithmic drawings, made using a customised 1980s pen plotter. The plotter draws as the program is run, and there’s a lot of randomness in there, so they turn out differently … Continue reading

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Clock Helix 1

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  This 3D printed sculpture shows a two dimensional clock face, with time represented as the third spatial dimension. The structure is fixed but a moving laser highlights a particular cross section of time. This version is just 15cm long, … Continue reading

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Copernican Camera Version 2

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  This is how the Copernican Camera looks in its most recent version. There’s a spirit level and a compass built in, so it can be lined up with the celestial pole. The angle of the bend is set to … Continue reading

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Cover Art: “Honey & Skin” by Colour of Spring

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Copernican Camera: Rotation 1

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  I made this mount for a camera to compensate for the rotation of the earth, in an attempt to provide a non-geocentric perspective. The 4 second video loop below was produced from one day’s images. The stars remain the … Continue reading

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Spotlights 7

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Spotlights 6

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Spotlights 5

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