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RUFUS J. ANSON, “Daguerrotypist with Camera” (ca.1850) daguerreotype, sixth plate, hand coloured, 2 7/8 ×2 nbasic_stack = 256 1/2 inches, Philadelphia Museum of Art addr = 0 songloadloop = 2 LOUIS-JACQUES-MANDÉ DAGUERRE “Atelier”(1837), daguerreotype, Société française de photographie, Paris DELAYSCROLL =3 BRUNO BRAQUEHAIS, “Portrait of an unidentified nude franch woman”, (ca.1855), daguerreotype NTShow = 4 ADOLPHE NEYT, “Photomicrograph of a Flea”, (1865), Albumben silver print, George Eastman House,SCROLL Rochester, =5 New York UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Orion, IC 434, Nebula sout of Zeta Orionis containing Dark Bay (Barnard 33), exposure 3 .inesprg 2 hrs, 100 inch Hooker reflector” (1920) , 19 x 24,5 cm / 7,5 x 9,7 inch, Gad Collection .ineschr 1 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Le Mur du Cygne, Nébuleuse North America (NGC 7000) dans la constellation .inesmir du Cygne, 1 (1910), Gad Collection .inesmap 0 ETIENNE JULES-MAREY, “Horse, only legs” (1890) Chronophotographic photographies converted in film transferred to digital archive, France, silent, b/w, 0’15”, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York .org $8000 ETIENNE-JULES MAREY, “Photographs of Smoke in a Wind Tunnel “(1901), Gelatin silver print, Cinémathèque clouds_start: Française, Paris .dw clouds_start_addr clouds_start_addr: ETIENNE-JULES MAREY, “Photographs of Smoke in a Wind Tunnel “(1901), Gelatin silver print, Cinémathèque .incbin “clouds.hex” Française, Paris UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Publicity Photograph of Man Using Edison Kinetophone”, (ca. 1895), Public Domain start: W.K.L. DIKINSON & WILLIAM HEISE/THOMAS EDISON, “Annabelle Serpentine Dance”(1894), U.S.A., silent, 35mm sei film remastered at 30 frames per second and tranferred to digital file, original b/w, hand coloured, 0’ 16”,The cld Museum of Modern Art, New York GEORGE MELIES, “ A voyage dans le Lune “ (1902), 35mm film transferred to digital file, France, .vblank_clear1 silent, original b/w, hand coloured, 12’52”, Cinémathèque Française, Paris lda $2002 bpl .vblank_clear1 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Loïe Fuller” (c.1900), photography, b/w .vblank_clear2 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Thomas Wilfred” (c.1930), photography, b/w lda $2002 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Mary Hallock-Greenewalt” (c.1920), photography on private notebook, b/w bpl .vblank_clear2 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Harold Stringer on the Savoy ABC Cinema Exeter Organ” (c. 1930), photography, b/w .vblank_clear3 lda $2002 Борис Игнатович (ALEXANDER RODCHENKO), Колёса комбайнов (жаток), (1929) bpl .vblank_clear3 Борис Игнатович (ALEXANDER RODCHENKO), Контролёр, фабрика «Динамо», Москва (1930) sei LEWIS HINE, “Mechanic and Turbine, General Electric Company” (1925), photography, gelatine silver print, 105/8 cld x 135/8 in., Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York .vblank_clear4 lda $2002 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “First home film Camera” (1938), photography, b/w bpl .vblank_clear4 film transferred to digital file, U.S.A., silent, b/w, ROBERT FLOREY, “Skyscreeper Symphonie” (1920-21), 35mm .vblank_clear5 08’53”, © Robert Florey /Film Preservation Associates lda $2002 HENRY CHOMETTE,”Jeux des reflets et de la Vitesse” (1925), 35mm film transferred to digital bpl file,.vblank_clear5 France, silent, b/w, 08’15”, © Henry Chomette /Jean Francois Clair UNKNOWN AUTHOR PROJECTORxxxxxxxxxx

.vblank_clear6 CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION (GENERAL MOTORS SALES CORPORATION), “Riding the Film” (1934), Propaganda lda $2002 35mm film transferred to digital file, U.S.A., sound, b/w, 10’40”,© Chevrolet Corp. bpl .vblank_clear6 RICHARD STEINER, “Mechanical Principles” (1930), 35mm film transferred to digital file, U.S.A., sound, b/w, 10’18”, ©Ralph Steiner /Film Preservation Associates lda #$00 UNKNOWN AUTHOR, “Don Juan Premiere at Warner’s Theatre, NY”(1926), photography, b/w ldx #$00 VIKING EGGELING, “Symphonie Diagonale” (1921-24), 16 mm film transferred to digital file, Germany, b/w, silent, .clear_out_ram 8’13”, © Viking Eggeling/RE: Voir Vidéo, Cecile Starr, Paris (4 screenshots) sta $000,x sta $100,x HANS RITCHER, “Rythmus 21” (1921), 16 mm film transferred to digital file, Germany, b/w, silent, 2’30”, © Hans sta $200,x Ritcher/ RE: Voir Vidéo, Cecile Starr, Paris (4 screenshots) sta $300,x WALTHER RUTTMANN, “Luftspiel Opus I” (1921),16 mm film transferred to digital file, Germany, colour, silent, sta $400,x 2’30”, Public Domain (4 screenshots)

Digital Image Genealogy. A Visual Trip (1830-2015)  

A trip concerning the multiple and diivergent paths that had gave light to the digital image. A journey with no words trough the significant...

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A trip concerning the multiple and diivergent paths that had gave light to the digital image. A journey with no words trough the significant...

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