- Maya Deren 1
About the role of the outside of the camera and the voice-over in the cinematography
The outside of the camera and the voice-over speak to us about what pictures forgot to tell us. The outside of the camera and the voice-over are helping us to understand an image : leaving us the ability to make an interpretation of them. The outside of the camera is telling us how our eye is seing and how our brain is looking.
This is all the task of the outside of the camera and of the music which is an outside of the camera and a voice-over for his ownself.
Looking at something is wondering and believing in a sametime. The outside of the camera and the voice-over as a beginning again of the image.
What we haven’t seen or what we believed we had see the first time we think we had seen, the second time the outside of the camera and the voice-over are suggesting as well as the inside of the picture.
The outside of the camera, the key of the sharp vision of what we believed have seen in between two blinkings, does we envisioned or believed to see ?
What is the course of things ?
« Meshes of the Afternoon », Maya Deren, 1943.
Soundtrack by Seaming (Commissioned by BIrds Eye View)