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Drunken Boat premiered this film in the Panliterary Video award back in 2007 — we’re so excited to announce that the video project of which it’s a part, Carrizo Diaries, is featured on the cover and in the general feature article of LEONARDO, April 2010 from MIT Press.

About SilkyVRML422:

The at-depth sound recordings of the first 4 minutes 22 seconds of a recent California earthquake at Parkfield (2004). Quake sounds replace speech. “Silky” denotes a second skin as if one’s body becomes the quake. Animations from VRML clips of geomorphologic changes during the quake. VRML courtesy of Dr. Ramon Arrowsmith, Arizona State University. Audio files are mixed from the vertical component of velocity as observed at a depth of 3465 feet, using a 15 kHz geophone. They interpret the first 4. 22 of the September 28, 2004 M 6.0 Parkfield Earthquake observed inside Earthscope’s SAFOD (San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth), at Parkfield, California.

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Published May 10, 2010 - Comments Off on SilkyVRML422 by Christina McPhee

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