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Heading home from a recce along Oxford Road we stopped at the traffic light junction opposite the Cornerhouse and I took a series of unfocussed still photos in rapid succession. This ultra short film sequence is the result.
Over the past month we’ve been capturing a video snapshot along Oxford Road for each hour of the day. We are now missing just five parts to the film, 02:00, 03:00, 04:00, 05:00 and 12:00. Filed under: Oxford Road Experiment No.
Last month we were pleased to welcome director Asif Kapadia to Cornerhouse for a special preview Q&A ahead of the opening of his moving documentary Senna. Here are a small selection of questions you put to him.
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