24 still photos of a white Ghost-bike decorated and framed in a doorway of Caledonian Road, London.

The pictures were shot every hour, starting Friday afternoon at 5 PM and ending the next day, Saturday at 4 PM. They are joined in a Gif to  simulate time lapse and aim to show how the light shifts on the little scene that commemorates the death of a young person .

Markings, digital print accepted for the exhibition Chroma Red Issue in London. 18 x 22 cm, 2016

List no 5, silk screen and acrylics on canvas, 77 x 61 cm, 2016
List no 6, silk screen and acrylics on canvas, 72 x 61 cm, 2016
X-list, silk screen and acrylics on canvas, 105 x 150 cm, 2016

Trans-global-calling is an art collective by Marianne Casmose (DK) & Pei-Fen Lee (TW). It considers spatial concerns internationally, randomness, time and how these elements shape modern life. The project is based on still photos and videos from London, Berlin, New Orleans, Edinburgh, Saint Francisville, Taiwan, Glasgow and Copenhagen. During one summer, we shot a video once a week at the same date and time no matter where in the world we were

Dailies/random photo: One photo shot every day at exactly the same time from 1st August to 31st August in opposite corners of the world. The work consists of three identical Gif-files running simultaneously at three different speeds – 0.1 second, 1 second and 10 seconds.

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