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Colour Separation
Colour Separation

Colour Separation 1976

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Colour Separation 1976

2 mins United Kingdom Director. Chris Welsby

The film colour separation process is deconstructed in highly impressionistic fashion. High-contrast film stock was run three times through a stationary camera by the artist Chris Welsby, once for each of the light primaries: red, blue and yellow. In the composite image, anything moving is represented in primary or secondary colour whilst anything still is rendered ‘correctly’.

Directed by

Chris Welsby

Genres

Documentary

Released

1976

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

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