A retrospective book of artist Tim Macmillan is published this week by Picture This Moving Image, designed by Bristol design consultancy Northbank. Macmillan,who pioneered the time-slice technique used in the film The Matrix, has produced work such as Island and Sleep – where the subject triggers a time-slice camera at the moment of unconsciousness to record multiple exposures from a variety of angles. ‘The book was designed in a 280mm by 210mm landscape format to make the most of the work’s narrative aspect’, explains Northbank director Simon Cryer.
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