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Boiling Point by Paul Octavious

Boiling Point by Paul Octavious

July 13, 2016

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Kate Sierzputowski

…Chicago neighborhood, editing the image with red marks in post production as a reaction to the hostile environment escalating both in the city and across the country. By using a drone to photograph the thermometer-like image Octavious was also able to capture the landscape surrounding his street intervention, adding a deeper context to his work by providing a glimpse of Chicago’s own streets. “While photographing a street in my…



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The Event of a Thread: Anne Hamilton’s Groundbreaking Installation Filmed and Photographed by Paul Octavious

The Event of a Thread: Anne Hamilton’s Groundbreaking Installation Filmed and Photographed by Paul Octavious

Jan.16.13

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Christopher

…he Event of a Thread, at the Park Avenue Armory. Perhaps the only saving grace of not seeing it in person, or having not covered it on Colossal as coverage bounced around the web, is this gorgeous new video by my friend Paul Octavious who managed to catch a final glimpse of the installation before it closed last weekend. As visually stunning as it appears, I’m certainly left asking… “So what does it all mean!?” A field of…



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This Is What Happens When You Attach a GoPro Camera to a Moving Car Wheel

This Is What Happens When You Attach a GoPro Camera to a Moving Car Wheel

Jul.28.14

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Christopher

…s used to film something is dwindling, gems like these still persist. For his Video Sketchbook class at the University of Wisconsin, Ryan Fox attached a camera to his car wheel while driving around at night, and this is the dizzying result. This should probably come with a list of seizure/vertigo/hypnotism warnings. (via Vimeo) Update: Hey, if you liked this, also check out Paul Octavious’ photo series of spinning vinyl, Grandpa’s…



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Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees

Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees

Jul.10.12

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Christopher

…Chicago photographer Paul Octavious has just released a number of new photos as part of his Lean With It series, where he captures people bending (I suspect falling) in parallel with precariously angled trees. It’s almost more amazing that he’s able to find these trees in the first place, let alone timing such great shots. See much more on his website….