daniel shiffman

Timeframe

In the late 19th century, Englishman Eadweard Muybridge photographed progressions of animal and human movements, capturing the beauty of motion imperceptible to the human eye. Timeframe takes inspiration from Muybridge’s work, unlocking the frozen frames of his motion studies with live video. The viewer is invited to witness him or herself inside a grid of one thousand and twenty four frames of video, his or her movements rippling across and around the screen.

Timeframe Video Timeframe Video
Demo video Video from SCAD show

Screenshots

Photos from Savannah College of Art & Design show


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