Aircraft Blast

Marko Lampisuo

'Aircraft Blast' is a tragedy of the criticism of flying. A small-scale catastrophe movie about a dramatic aircraft incident at the airport of Skiathos in Greece. In the video a passenger plane turns its tail towards the cameraman, who gets totally surprised by the power and heat of the aircraft blast.

Production Year
2006
Duration
00:01:20
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Aircraft Blast
Finnish Title
Aircraft Blast
English Title
Aircraft Blast
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Sound
Yes
Cast
Marko Lampisuo (Cinematographer), Marko Lampisuo (Author), Marko Lampisuo (Director), Marko Lampisuo (Editor), Rani Salminen (Choreographer), Arts Council of Satakunta (Support), Arts Council of Finland (Support)
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Marko Lampisuo (b. 1970 in Turku) draws his imagery from nature or familiar surroundings. The initial, documentary shot is usually only an initial impulse for work that will have its definitive form after several artisanal stages. Often the working is limited by the patterns set by the artist. Their repetitiveness reveals the beauty hidden in the structures and the material. Stretching the media-specific attributes influences on how the works communicate the temporal experience.