Laptopogram

Special Mention at Photo Levallois 2010, curated by Manuela Marques and Nicolas Dhervillers: Link

Carey Zamarriego from Miniguide Barcelona wrote something about these photos: Link

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

This is also known as a Laptopogram.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short. 

This is a scene from Peter Kubelka’s Unsere Afrikareise.

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

This is also known as a Laptopogram.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short. 

This is Eadweard J. Muybridge’s galloping buffalo.

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

This is also known as a Laptopogram.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short. 

This is one of Eadweard J. Muybridge’s many galloping horses.

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

This is also known as a Laptopogram.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short.

Here you see an homage to Gaspard-Félix Tournachon, aka Nadar.

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

Prints were made on Fortepan Fortespeed B&W paper with Agfa Rodinal developer, Ilfo Stopbath and Agfa fixer.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short.  The original 24 fps were resampled to 15 fps.

Here is Norma Bengell running in vain after Hugo Carvana in Ruy Guerra’s Os Cafajestes.

Each frame of this short was printed by hand. Prints were exposed to individual frames of the original film clip via an IBM Thinkpad R51 running Maverick Meerkat.

The prints were later scanned back into the laptop to produce this short.  The original 24 fps were cherry picked down to 10 fps.

Prints were made on Fortepan Fortespeed B&W paper with Agfa Rodinal developer, Ilfo Stopbath and Agfa fixer.

Here you can see Melvin Van Peebles running from the police in Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song.

Galley proofs for the upcoming inverse kinematogram.

Galley proofs for the upcoming inverse kinematogram.

Spazio XYZ at 1 am.

Spazio XYZ at 1 am.

La Tribuna, Giovedi’ 27 Maggio 2010

La Tribuna, Giovedi’ 27 Maggio 2010

This full screen laptopogram shows a screenshot from Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance.The speech bubble effect was obtained by right clicking in Eye of GNOME.The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.
More info.This is also my hundredth post on this blog. 

This full screen laptopogram shows a screenshot from Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance.

The speech bubble effect was obtained by right clicking in Eye of GNOME.

The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.

More info.

This is also my hundredth post on this blog. 

This full screen laptopogram contains a rare handpainted color negative by Ghitta Carell, photographed and preserved at the Fototeca Storica Nazionale Ando Gilardi in Milano. Also seen is a tooltip courtesy Chromium and Google . The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.
More info.

This full screen laptopogram contains a rare handpainted color negative by Ghitta Carell, photographed and preserved at the Fototeca Storica Nazionale Ando Gilardi in Milano.

Also seen is a tooltip courtesy Chromium and Google . 

The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.

More info.

This full screen laptopokinematogram was made by exposing photopaper to 6 seconds of the opening sequence from Béla Tarr’s Sátántangó.If you look closely you will see the face of a cow near the center of the image.
Between the photopaper and the screen were placed a few strips of clear Fuji Pro160S film.The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.
More info.

This full screen laptopokinematogram was made by exposing photopaper to 6 seconds of the opening sequence from Béla Tarr’s Sátántangó.

If you look closely you will see the face of a cow near the center of the image.

Between the photopaper and the screen were placed a few strips of clear Fuji Pro160S film.

The print measures 40cmx30cm and is a part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Il lampeggiatore' at Spazio XYZ, 31 Via Inferiore, Treviso, Italy.

More info.