A visual poem on the multi-layered dimensions of love.
Digital projection artwork by Barbara Rosenthalwith music excerpted from “Nothing Implied (take one)” by Matthew Lee KnowlesRun time: 10mins. A 10-minute journey through space, as nine of the artist’s Surreal Photos transform into comets and flying, wafting, disintegrating and reintegrating forms. These nine color and black-and-white photos of bizarre, dreamlike locations facades, doorways and staircases from Barbara Rosenthal’s body of Surreal Photos were shot full-frame analog 35mm film in NYC, Montreal, Paris, Finland, Wales, PuertoRico, Berlin, Australia, then each was recreated as Surreal-to-Conceptual, and each pair morphs from Surreal to Conceptual to the next Conceptual to that pair’s Surreal, to the next pair’s Surreal to that one’s Conceptual, etc. As so many of Rosenthal’s works, the impetus was psychological: in each pair, the original 35mm depicts her somewhat twisted, imbalanced take on life, whereas the Conceptual, in its attempt to square the interior, causes the exterior to distort, and when they transition from one to the other, disintegrate.
A short documentary about the mongolian dzud disaster.
A portrait of two young women and their encounter in a forest, on the shore of a lake, where the depth of the waters becomes a mirror, in which the heroine of the film seeks to dissolve.
Ozero is a poetic film about the search. About the isolation of a person in himself and the desire to meet with something from the outside.
Lennard runs away to Berlin and moves into a flat share, along with easygoing Ben and crazy Fine.
Yet Lennard has a lot of roommates already...at least in his head: No wonder Lennard can’t make up his mind, with whom he is in love with: Ben oder Fine?
The Chilean musician resident in Germany Tomy Suil has adopted the traditional South American instrument Charango, as the cornerstone of his concerts. The original Andean sound, in combination with electronic effect
units, creates an experimental sound mix that includes both relaxed and repetitive elements, also rhythmic and danceable, all accompanied by a strong and particular voice. The loops with samplers of sometimes philosophical voices, plus the great scenic presence, make possible the creation of moments that always
end up surprising the listener for their particular and authentic way of doing music.