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Topophilia (2015)

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Topophilia (2015)

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Saturday, September 19
6 - 7 pm
Cost: Free
With a focus on the 800-mile-long Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Peter Bo Rappmund's Topophilia examines how natural and man-made landscapes interact through steadily composed experimental time-lapse photography.

USA | 62 min | DCP | Dir. Peter Bo Rappmund

With a focus on the 800-mile-long Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Peter Bo Rappmund's Topophilia examines how natural and man-made landscapes interact through steadily composed experimental time-lapse photography. By altering visual perception of passing time in these places, Rappmund's film makes poignant observations about how industrial interaction transforms idealized and unknown space into more measured, linear landscapes.

USA | 62 min | DCP | Dir. Peter Bo Rappmund

With a focus on the 800-mile-long Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Peter Bo Rappmund's Topophilia examines how natural and man-made landscapes interact through steadily composed experimental time-lapse photography. By altering visual perception of passing time in these places, Rappmund's film makes poignant observations about how industrial interaction transforms idealized and unknown space into more measured, linear landscapes.

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