Photographer and film director Naren Wilks created this mind-bending music video by arranging DSLRs around a circular green screen room. When the perspectives of the cameras are combined and synchronized, a “rotationally symmetric, kaleidoscopic world” is created. The song is “Fear & Delight” from the album Puppet Loosely Strung by The Correspondents.
Enchanting trip mixes images by Marcel Duchamp (Anemic Cinema, 1926), an opera by Henry Purcell (The Cold Song, 1691, performed by Florent Mateo) and text from Alain Badiou (Philosophy for Militants, 2010). Superior glamour. Pascal Lièvre is a visual artist and filmmaker. He is co-founder of the film production company Baignoire Films. In his work, he […]
Wales, UK / Duration 8m 29s / 2012 Lament interweaves site-specific found objects, animation, poetry and music to explore a personal narrative of loss, longing and belonging in the Welsh borderlands. “My earliest memories involve looking west across the border toward the Welsh hills and constructing an imaginary geography. Now I am able to look […]
Germany / Duration 7m 25s / 2012 A woman sitting on a couch is focusing her iron view into the camera when she suddenly starts to talk. Out of her comes a canny and calm monologue which manifests her thoughts and ideas. At first the independently created monologue starts to get tangled up into contradictions, […]