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Zachary Formwalt

21 June 2012

Unsupported transit is set on a construction site in Shenzhen, the first of China's Special Economic Zones, where a new stock exchange designed by Rem Koolhaas's Office for Metropolitan Architecture is now being built. On this site, a story is told that begins with Eadweard Muybridge's early sequential photographs and a commissioned work he carried out for Leland Stanford before the famous horse pictures were produced. The mechanism by which the images in the film were produced becomes clearer as the story moves on to a description of time-lapse photography and what Karl Marx described as the "abbreviated form of capital" a form that makes capital appear to move of its own accord. 

Curated by Hannah Conroy

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