pixilation

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pixilation

(1) A misspelling of pixelation. See pixelated.

(2) A stop motion technique in which people or objects are photographed at different intervals as they move. Each video frame appears connected in purpose, but disconnected in time, from the previous one. Pixelation dates back to films made in the early 1900s. See also pixelation.
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However, we tend to pixilate images to hide identities and conceal realities.
In some of the resultant "paintings," such as her version of a Chuck Close self-portrait, the use of squares of color pixilates the image, transforming curved lines into a jagged succession of horizontals and verticals.
Meanwhile, Chan's camera fast-forwards, jump-cuts, pixilates, blurs, overexposes, split-screens, monochromatizes, diagrams and chops up the image, going from hyper-subjective (Manman's eyeglasses' literally framing a shot) to hyper-objective (picture-postcard collage of Melbourne) without skipping a beat.