Country: UK
Duration: 9 mins
|46 Seconds
Sound: Sound
Ratio: 16:9
Available Format/s: HD Video / HD Digital file / DCP
Original Format: HD video


Cinema may be dying but aspects of its experience are ubiquitous- its echoes are found in having ones hearing tested in a sound proof booth or sitting at the kitchen table watching a downloaded film.Often, when a film is re-shot in a cinema illegally it is at an oblique angle and some of the image is lost. HDHB uses this re-framing and compression to critique hierarchies of image quality. It suggests industrial modes of calibration as a process of sensory normalisation.

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