ECOLOGICAL ART REVIEW: WINTER 2007 issue:
VIDEO-ART HAIKU:"The Heraclitus Effect"
by Nohra Corredor
"We both step and do not step in the same rivers. We are and are not. You could not step twice into the same river, for other waters are ever flowing on to you. All is flux, nothing stays still." HERACLITUS
"The motion picture conceived as a unit will have internal growth, development, rhythm; the relation between its parts and between the durations of its parts on the whole will be effective; the picture will have both style and form."/Gilbert Seldes(1893-1970), "The Motion Picture as Art"/Importance of Imagination/The Seven Lively Arts, 1924
"The installations of ecological video-art at
Video-art haiku consists of three autonomous and simultaneous video screens (looped), each with different durations and responding to adjusted changes in speed related to the technological tools available to the individual on-line viewer. The published combinations and permutations, if not infinite, are so great that the chance of encountering the video haiku in the exact same way more than once is extremely remote.
What I call "The Heraclitus Effect" describes a visual experience from the format I have used for my video-art haiku and posits a mathematical proposition which is derived from these video-artworks." Nohra Corredor