- February 17th, 2012
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Archive for February, 2012
Centripetal, a film by Nicholas Reiter, explores centripetal motion across the Williamsburg Bridge. To produce the dynamic imagery Reiter developed a device for spinning a video camera while mounted to the inside of subway car windows, using CNC cut plywood and repurposed bicycle parts. The project grew out of the Motion Picture course at the Columbia University GSAPP, taught by Situ partner, Wes Rozen. More information can be found at the 2a_em blog and CC Notes.
The video is currently competing in the architecture video competition Videotect presented by Architecture Minnesota. Please take a moment to view the entries and cast your vote before February 10th. Centripetal is video #15…