Outerborough explores the narrative power of reframing images from vintage films. Redeploying footage from Across Brooklyn Bridge (1899), Morrison commemorates the iconic 19th-century structure through 21st-century artistic reconsideration.
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Another found-footage experimental split-screen, this one manipulated to simulate access to a synchronous rear-view, by cleverly reversing the footage on the right (among other rhythmic/aesthetic manipulations). Hypnotic sensory stimulation. Not particularly profound.
Similar idea to 'City Walk' though this is appropriated image with a few more technical ideas. Morrison manipulates the image to interesting effect, but I still couldn't help but hope for the impact of that bit in 'Rules of Attraction' where the screens collide. I guess I prefer Morrison with more narrative or manipulation.