Paul St George
Carpet Castle: one of a series of works exploring memory and play.
Chronocyclography: non-intentional drawings discovered whilst recording a person engaged in a mundane household task, and in a state of ennui.
Chronopan: (eight hours exposure) in Ravello.
Minumental Sculpture: monumental sculptures made small. Minumental Angel of the North.
Martin Newth, Parkway Motel, Oregon, from St George (ed.), Sequences: Contemporary Chronophotography and Experimental Digital Art,
Columbia University Press
Darren Almond, Border, from Paul St George (curator), Sequences exhibition of contemporary chronophotography.
Rabbitduck: The classic duck-rabbit picture of ambiguity made as a sculptural object.
Slow Fiction is inspired by the predella, the sequence of four or five pictures under a Renaissance altarpiece that tell the story of the annunciation, the adoration, or the pietà.
Telectroscope (London and New York).
Trackorama Plaça Reial, section 1 of 35 (image is 4.4m x 0.08m)
images and text © Paul St George 2008-2016