In 2009, artist Josh Melnick adapted a scientific research camera to film portraits of New York City subway riders in slow motion- very slow motion- about 100 times slower than normal film speed. The result was a portrait of time attenuated, as if a moment were viewed through a high-powered microscope, revealing a degree of temporal detail inaccessible to the naked eye. Volume 22 in The Art In General New Commissions Publication series, The 8 Train takes Melnick s video portraits as a point of departure for a multifaceted dialogue with several experts on time, perception, time-based art, and consciousness. Edited by Angie Keefer and with contributions from Anne Barlow, Mark Beasley, Eva Diaz, Naomi Fry, Dan Hill, Prem Krishnamurthy, Ermal Lamcaj, Ohad Meromi, Walter Murch, Christopher Phillips, Sharon Salzberg, Jean-Paul Sartre, Cara Starke, Lawrence Weschler, and Gregory Zinman. Designed by Project Projects.
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