Frameframer

Frameframer
Barbara Doser
5'13'' video comp. b&w
2009 | Vienna, Austria
Punto y Raya Festival 2009

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A rotating video feedback event becomes a moving and transforming pattern by selecting a small image detail, multiply arranged in a matrix. Through the seriality in the horizontal lines and vertical columns of the matrix, the original circular movement will be transformed into a linear one. New forms in movement, and movement as form come into being. The Sound is generated by the video signals of the rotating video feedback, which are converted into audio signals and dubbed with the linear moving patterns. Therefore, the visual transformation of forms and movement is happening in an invariant sound space. The original rotating feedback video is hearable. Video Feedback (video cam connected to a TV monitor), processed and edited with Adobe Premiere.


Author
Barbara Doser
Barbara Doser

1961 | Innsbruck, Austria

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Doser got her PhD in Art History in 1989. Since 1993 she works as a freelance video and fine artist. Her artistic domain is video feedback, processed in experimental videos and video/media installations- and in the fields of painting and photography.

 

Her work has been screened at numerous festivals, events and exhibitions in over 40 countries. Since 1996 Doser collaborates with Hofstetter Kurt in the Parallel Media collective. In 2010 she published her book Barbara Doser: Video-Feedback – Lyricism in Patterns of Light (Ed. Zwei Kongruent Null, Vienna).


Lives in Vienna, Austria.   +info