Projections / Video
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Animation
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IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE WORD...
2018
Animation
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This NON-REPETITIVE ANIMATION encompasses continuous and random changes in speed, size, direction, color, and transparency.

EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Flash animation / projection
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MMMNCA ANIMATION
2013 / 2018
Flash animation / projection
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This NON-REPETITIVE ANIMATION encompasses continuous and random changes in size, transparency, velocity, rotation, direction and color.

Here you can see the long version
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Projection
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WAKE UP TO YOUR DREAMS
2011
Projection
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When this projection will be shown, it will be WITHOUT title - the viewer must "decipher" by her- or himself what's written here. See also the corresponding painting under "Paintings"
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Projection
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TOP JOB
2008
Projection
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Three-letter-words with an O in the middle plus the numbers 0-9 are being used for this NON-REPETITIVE animation. Press the “X” key to hide/show the control panels.

Video: 319 GRAND STREET

See also: EURONORM and AOL
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Photographs projected on the floor...
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BIKE CARCASSES of NYC
2005
Photographs projected on the floor...
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...on the floor/ground because that's how/where most of these bikes end up. I really wonder how on earth these bikes became so twisted, tangled and mangled... is there someone going around doing it on purpose?
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video Three Kodak carousel slide projectors, each 80 slides
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BROKEN HORIZON
1999
Three Kodak carousel slide projectors, each 80 slides
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With "BROKEN HORIZON", we see fractured horizons in a seemingly never-ending stream of combinations, with an occasional moment of harmony when the images match and create a very short-lived temporary perfect horizon.

This projection uses three Kodak carousel slide projectors with 80 slides each (there are 80 x 80 x 80 = 512,000 possible slide combinations for this triptych, because the projectors are NOT synchronized).

The slides are the leftovers from 35mm slide film developing (that's why once in a while a "ghost image" shows up). Usually these leftovers got thrown away, but I always liked and kept them till I might have an idea how to use them – which became eventually the “BROKEN HORIZON” projection.
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Projections / Video
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POLAROIDS
1989 - 2016 ... and being continued
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Be patient, the images stay for quite a while. The whole "movie" lasts 2.5 hours. I actually made it to be a projection on the wall, running in the background of a show I had.