Terminal 1: A Day in the Terminal (2001)

Film is a collection of material representing a stream of life, bits and pieces from the artist's exploration of subconscious worlds in a technological theme. Director transmits the audience to the epicenter of his artistic endeavor.


Tim White-Sobieski


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Tim White's "Terminal" is the place on the borderline between being and non-being, a ceaseless state of being both in space and time, in infinity and in eternity. Such a conceptual leap took the artist into the cosmic whole. Given that cosmic wholeness in terms of both space and time stems from Bell's theorem of no such things as separate parts or separate events, all the "events" are interconnected in an intimate and immediate way. Ab initio ad eternum, the universe is one continuous whole. Reminiscent of the "Moving Paintings" matter, the "Terminal" series contains all that was necessary to recreate the motion White had analyzed in still art works. As analytical as Muybridge's work 150 years ago, Tim White's sequences strive to revive virtual images of life, just like Muybridge created one of the primitive motion-picture machines for the purpose of stopping and recording action. Paintings that came alive and started moving and changing in Tim White's invention are destined to ... Written by Film Comment

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Terminal film was born as an after effect of September 11th



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Release Date:

11 November 2001 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

SAVVA Studios See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

4-Track Stereo (RCA Sound Recording)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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