Yes, you read that right. When you mix a bit of the old and a bit of the new, “digital analogue” becomes a definite possibility.
Lu Sisi, an art student in Glasgow, could have had anachronism in mind when she created a video featuring elements coming from opposite sides of the time scale. On one hand, we have analogue cameras, the stars of the show. On the other, a modern day soundtrack of camera sounds, recordable only with up to date equipment.
Made with a staggering number of 6,000 stills, Digital Analogue is also a stop-motion video – another reason to be fascinated with the beautifully time-confused film.