So, your likely reasoning for coming here: The “Arnulf Rainer map”. Check out the full blog to learn all about the project. Please click the image below and you should find a pdf document of my entire notes. Be aware that I did not transfer this over to anything more official or professional. I always meant to, but never got around to it and it became of such demand that I decided to put it out to the world as is.
If you decide to use this within a film, research or other public usage you should credit the Anthology Film Archives, John Mhiripiri (Director), Andrew Lampert (Archivist) and myself, Huckleberry Lain. Also, if you would send me a copy, link or information about it I would be grateful and might even include it in this blog. You may send me an email.
The way the map is read:
Start with the 72 frames of title (refer to the key in the top
left corner of page one). Continue to the next frame below – 1 frame of
black, 1 frame of white, etc. Once you reach the bottom of a line
continue to the next picture line to the right of the previous line.
Soundtrack is treated the same way, but keep in mind the audio
and picture do not correspond to each other exactly. For example, the
title and the first frame of black both have silence to them which is
under the 47 frames of silence. The next frame of noise corresponds to
the white frame below the first frame of black.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.