Cinema Redux | Brendan Dawes
Cinema Redux processes the contents of a film to generate an 8 x 6-pixel image every second. Every row of the final composition represents a minute of the film, formed by 60 photograms. The result of this process is a digital imprint of every film, where the quantitative reading of each shows how the director’s style can be read in the rhythm of the editing process and the colour hues shown. The author has carried out this process with 27 of his favourite films.