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During her residency Anna Scime generated an impressive (2.81 TB) of moving image content by reprocessing her nature footage and camera footage from her personal and production archives.

Scime used IEA’s electronic media-art studio and investigated integrated video-processing across the multiple systems available at the IEA including the Sandin IP video synthesizer, the Jones MViP, VIZZable for Ableton Max for Live, GRM Tools audio signal processing software, and the ATEM video mixer.

With these tools she was able to manipulate and draw out the material properties of the videos as they played and looped in real-time. Scime plans on using the captures generated during her residency to create a series of short meditations on archival permanence.

The envisioned body of work will focus on the material properties of the videos and their subjects through cycles of creation/destruction, and by removing natural entities and processes from their sources and ecological constraints and ties. During the image-processing, video-signals are singled out, crossed, disrupted and distorted to highlight the instabilities intrinsic to our interactions with the natural world.

Annna Scime – Three channel video still


Annna Scime – Three channel video still


Annna Scime – Video still


Annna Scime – Video still


Annna Scime – Video still


Annna Scime at the iea media studio

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