An excerpt from Martin Rumsby's ongoing project Landscapism, which seeks to establish a New Zealand landscape film tradition analogous to the landscape tradition in New Zealand painting.
A landscape work in three parts being, a train trip across Canada, Chicago street scenes and the media as contemporary landscape.
Eighteen hours of activity in a house are condensed, and experienced aurally by the viewer.
Part One of a document of African American street culture in Chicago.
While the camera observes a public bench, the artist describes two local people who live outside of societal convention.
Summer Reading Series #2: Seeing Eye to Eye
In the second essay of 2016's Summer Reading Series, Dirk de Bruyn looks at where Martin Rumsby's work Eye I Aye sits in the history of experimental film.