noun Inflected Form(s):
plural ceremonies Etymology:
Middle English ceremonie, from Middle French ceremonie, from Latin caerimonia
Date: 14th century
1: a formal act or series of acts prescribed by ritual, protocol, or convention <the marriage ceremony> 2 a: a conventional act of politeness or etiquette <the ceremony of introduction> b: an action performed only formally with no deep significance c: a routine action performed with elaborate pomp 3 a: prescribed procedures : usages <the ceremony attending an inauguration> b: observance of an established code of civility or politeness <opened the door without ceremony and strode in
endless loop video installation
a slow crossdisolve of stills taken from video.