Monday, March 26, 2012

Chernobyl Revisited

An awe-inspiring example of fusion imagery (combining Stills and Video) to inform, to teach, and to inspire the world on the human condition. In this video, the Stills seem to move and the Video clips seem suspended in time. There's a sense of urgency for the story to be told but it's done in a languid pace, as if to say,  it's already happened so what's the rush; the  fatalistic tone to the story comes with faith in renewal.
Video courtesy of the Virginia Quarterly Review.

Half-Lives: The Chernobyl Workers Now from VQR on Vimeo.

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