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Time Warner

In “Time Warner” 2004 the windows and walls of a residence are traversed by the camera, but its response to the architecture are obvious and wilful. The camera overdramatically hugs windows frames corners and walls to a spatially undulating effect. It reveals its nervousness in registering the tension in the rope that frames a bit of the NYC skyline and takes itself almost too far in its curiosity about the traffic wav below.

Oudeman Frank