V I D E O 

 
Amateur and rough-edged, this small collection of video experimentations,  marked my premature entry into a world I didn't know too well: dabblings within the realm of (digital) recordings.

Pavilion no.001: KERNEL astir, was to exisit in the space of a video. Shot in one take and then edited, Pavilion no.001 was the compression of roughly a hundred or so more years of Russian history. Using Aleksandr Puskin as my starting baseline and the history that enused before and around him, KERNEL astir was born.

“...a fleeting vision, the quintessence...of all that’s beautiful and rare...a magic moment I remember.” -Eugene Onegin, Pushkin

KERNEL astir 
Fall 2011