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    These works in progress are from an ongoing project by Mark Summers in which he photographically examines the act of improvisation. Improvisers … Read More
    These works in progress are from an ongoing project by Mark Summers in which he photographically examines the act of improvisation. Improvisers are given a space and time in which they can play, with their movements creating the image. A static camera pmakes the image while the musician plays. The length of the improvisation is determined by the exposure time which, by using a pinhole camera, is around four minutes. In effect this stretches standard photographic time (fractions of a second) into musical time (minutes). Read Less
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