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A programme of experimental film curated by Richard Tuohy.
It's the flesh, touching physicality and tiny inconsistencies in approximation and decay that give the analogue its vitality. The film in this selection, sourced from around the glove, all demonstrate a fascination with the analogue physicality of cine film, with its fragility and its presence, with the vitality of its fleshiness.
Dissolve Aaron Valdez (2003, 16 mins, USA)
Found footage film constructed of hundreds of dissolves taken from old educational films and reassembled to create a meditation on our own impermanence.
Ordered in rounds, following a boxing match's structure, the film redirects the spectator's eye, placing it on a territory of self-confrontation by being questioned from the screen itself, forcing it and its gaze to be the only centres of content.
Red India ink on 16mm film looped over and over and over again. Soundtrack is from Bernstein conducts Stravinksky's Petrushka, a beautiful skipping record.
"A filmic exploration of the texture of my hand with and without camera. With maintaining the hand /skin theme the methods of film production are changed. Hence not only is my hand shown in various ways but also different possibilities of filmic representation are discussed. For the sound I audio scanned my hand with the cartridge of a phono player. The resulting sounds were rearranged to fit the images." (Thorsten Fleisch)
Found footage matte film on 16mm. The lightning in the middle is painted yellow. Drumming by Jeffery Von Ragan. The footage is from a 60's show, not quite sure what, but her skirt is red, TOUCHEZ-PAS!
The subdued flame-like flashes and sounds reinforce the feeling of quietly smoldering passion. Together, these elements come together to create a delicate composition which is abstract, yet full of feeling
Experimental film shot on super16 but photographed with a 35mm still camera. This was achieved by manually loading 16mm film into emptied 35mm spools.