Ten Skies, 2004

James Benning’s Ten Skies consists of ten different shots, each ten minutes long. Each of the shots consists of a straight-on shot of the sky, each sky having very different visual characteristics. The audio consists of the natural sounds heard at each of the locations, providing interesting clues as to where the camera is.

http://sensesofcinema.com/2004/the-suspended-narrative/james_benning/

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