In my Kinokast blogs I gather notes and works that revolve around old themes of motion. Especially, I am focussing on motion as treated in cinema and in photography. My fascination when movement meets with the Camera obscura - either camera or dark room – never ends. Kinokast has become my pet project throughout the years - a little cabinet of treasures.
You are welcome to place a comment and contribute to Kinokast’s motion!
Kino: motion (Greek root)
Kast: cabinet (Dutch common word)
Kinokast can be tagged as motion cabinet.
The name is a phonetic combination my kids fancied to use to describe what I was doing in our home closet (editing films, they could not understand). In that 1 x 1 meter cabinet (= Kast), I worked relentlessly with video, creating motion from the inanimate (a true Kino).
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