Inspired by early stereo imaging and the clash and collusion of
socioeconomic forces, this work seeks to dismantle cinematic codes while
foregrounding projector and light as sculpture: a conscious corruption
of and interference with the apparatus to evoke the unexpected,
reshaping representation into the realm of material and space. Using
colour gels, masking, lens interference and projector movement in tandem
exploration of binocular disparity, perspective, patterning and the film
surface itself, APPARITIONS explores the transitional space between
image and abstraction, nature and culture.
"MacKenzie is a key player in the revival of expanded cinema
forms...his projects stretch the possibilities of the analogue form,
manipulating images to beyond our received expectations." Chris Kennedy,
Early Monthly Film Segments.
Grand Illusion Cinema
February 28th, 2017
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