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Quam Odunsi ~ Anachronistic Capture: Motion & Stills
Opening Reception Thursday March 29th, 2012 from 7-10pm
Design Matters ~ 11527 West Pico Blvd

In Anachronistic Capture: Motion & Stills, the Los Angeles-based artist uses vintage cameras and equipment to create motion and stills on celluloid, recording and documenting contemporary subjects with his analog tools from a technological past. Using the city of Los Angeles and its inhabitants as his main setting, he constructs scenes and records the environment as cinematic content on 35mm, Polaroid and Super 8mm film. Curated by Khoi Nguyen. More info here.

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