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Full Video Specs:

Each channel is 16:9 (1920 x 1080 pixels) // 29.97 fps // HD // stereo sound // approx. 8 GBs at full resolution Quicktime .mov
Total Aspect Ratio of all channels combined = 80:9 (9600 x 1080 pixels)
Full resolution file size for all channels (.mov) = 69 Gigabytes
Codec options = Apple ProRes, MPEG2, H264, etc.
* File sizes can be compressed and made smaller for exhibition purposes

Audio Specs:

All channels have been edited in stereo sound and feature L → R panning depending on the location of the channel (Left; Left/Center; Center; Right/Center; Right)
48000 Hz // Stereo // 16 bit
Audio Codec = uncompressed, MP3, etc.

Exhibition Options:

5 HD Projectors + Sound System
        - requires media player, computer and/or syncing capabilities     
5 Flat Screen Monitors + Speakers
        - requires media player, computer and/or syncing capabilities      
1 high-powered HD Projector + Sound System
        - requires media player

Option for Olfactory Component:

freshly cut pine + motor oil 
(the artist includes hidden components in the space to create a more immersive environment)

Previous examples of olfactory components include a rolled up bundle of freshly burned wood hidden underneath a gallery bench for the artist’s exhibition of One Burnt-Out Shed (2009)Viewers noted that the video of a burned-out shed was so visceral that they could, “Smell the burning wood in the gallery.”   Another example was the artist’s exhibition of, Sedimenting (+Orifice) (2011), which featured a floor-to-ceiling projection of macro images of a woman in nature.  The intense, corporeal video + sound was heightened by the hidden smell of “dirt” which permeated the space.  This acute component was provided by a “scent elimination” disk intended for deer hunters to mask their human smell.  The disk was hidden in the rafters of the gallery and emitted a potent smell of dirt.

Please contact emiliecrewe@gmail.com with questions regarding file specs for exhibitions

This is to  acknowledge that we are located on the unceded, traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples  - sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.