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Voyage of the Vasiliy Golovnin Ep.4

Episode 4. January 21 2006. 9th day en route to Casey Station, across the Southern Ocean. The sea calmed more and more, and sleet began to fall, until an eerie stillness settled upon the ocean – and finally upon the horizon – the First Iceberg. A truly thrilling moment. After...

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Voyage of the Vasiliy Golovnin Ep.3 (2006)

8th day en route to Casey Station, across the Southern Ocean. The seas had calmed down a lot, after a few wild days. People were up from their bunks and beginning to mingle and getting to know one another. The ship, a kind of mechanical fiction, imperative and changing –...

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Voyage of the Vasiliy Golovnin Ep.2 (2006)

Episode 2. January 13-15 2006. The Southern Ocean en route to Casey Station. This was my first ever experience of the deep ocean – where what at first-hand seemed like a huge ship became a tiny microcosm afloat upon the plumbless depths. A genuinely existential experience that brought home to...

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Voyage of the Vasiliy Golovnin (2006) Ep.1

A videoblog of the Voyage of the Vasiliy Golovnin on a continental resupply of the three main Australian Bases, Casey, Davis & Mawson in 2006. I was fortunate to receive the Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship in that year, where I shot a stereoscopic 3D movie and a number of high-definition...

Kurzfilme von Peter Morse (Australien). Parkhaus Gallery, Berlin (1999).

Kurzfilme von Peter Morse (Australien) ‘The Horla’ – 30min. Farbe, VHS. (1994)Eine Multimedia – Oper basierend auf der Kurzgeschichte von Guy de Maupassant, welche als eine Metapher für Krankheit und Wahnsinn untersucht wird. In Englischer Sprache. ́Liminal ́- 20 min, Farbe, VHS (1999).Auszüge aus einem interaktiven Liedzyklus für CD-ROM unter...

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Microscope Phakomètre/ Epanaphorascope Phlatergometre

MESH#8/9 Autumn/Winter 1996 ‘Robotica Special Issue’. MESH film/video/multimedia/art is the journal of Experimenta Media Arts Microscope Phakomètre/ Epanaphoroscope Phlatergometre(1) `….A piece many years in doing, and now newly performed by that rare Italian master, Julio Romano; who, had he himself eternity and could put breath into his work, would beguile...