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Jason Shulman lives and works in London. His work is frequently occupied with themes of analgesia, loss and the delusiveness of perception.
Shulman's 'Photographs of Films' - a series of photographs which record the entire duration of a film in a single exposure - were debuted by Cob Gallery in 2016, and he has exhibited at institutions including White Cube and at the Moscow Biennale.
" There are roughly 130,000 frames in a 90 minute film and every frame of each film is recorded in these photographs. You could take all these frames and shuffle them like a deck of cards, and no matter the shuffle, you would end up with the same image I have arrived at. "--------------Jason Shulman
The films range from cinema classics such as Citizen Kane; The Wizard of Oz, Deep Throat and 2001: A Space Odyssey, to more niche movies such as Digby The Biggest Dog in the World.
Utilising optics and other simple scientific methods, he brings an atmosphere of experimentation to his absorbing photographic prints, pen-and-ink and mixed-media works, exposing the falsehoods that underpin our everyday experience of the physical world.
" With Rear Window you can see Jimmy Stewart in his wheelchair against the fragmented lines of window frames. It could work as a poster for the film. 'The Kubricks, on the other hand, do not show human figures. They stand out for their formal composition, almost dividing the image into a triptych."