Aqueous/Igneous – Yvette Gellis

In 2009 18th Street Arts Center resident artist Yvette Gellis created an unusual exhibition in 18th Street’s Project Room: she expanded one of her large oil paintings into a 3D immersive experience. The viewer could literally walk into one of her paintings. Michael Barnard decided this would be a perfect test for the use of his new Panasonic GH-1 HDSLR camera, so he made a short film about the exhibit and Yvette. It was shot primarily with the GH-1, although some additional and 2nd Camera footage was shot with a Panasonic HPX300.

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