- Media category
- Time-based art
- Materials used
- single channel digital video, colour, sound
- duration: 00:06:45 min, aspect ratio 4:3
- Signature & date
Signed and dated Certificate of authenticity lower c., black fibre-tipped pen "... 23.12.06 .../ Daniel Crooks".
Signed and dated DVD master, black fibre-tipped pen "Daniel Crooks - 2006".
Signed and dated DVD player, black fibre-tipped pen "Daniel Crooks - 2006"
- Gift of Brian and Gene Sherman 2021. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Daniel Crooks
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Daniel Crooks plays with space and time in his moving image works using the 'time slice' method invented by Tim McMillan and popularized by the special effects in the science fiction film The Matrix 1999. Crooks dissects a moment recorded with his camera and digitally stitches the scene back together in a way that warps the linearity of the sequence. These works render reality abstract and redefine our perception of time and space in unexpected and mesmerizing ways.
Other works by Daniel Crooks
See all 13 works