Mixed Digital and Analogue
Black Box Shorts: Dissecting Movement
Part of the Black Box Strand
We often take for granted the movement of film images. This programme of short works asks us to reflect on the different ways in which movement can be dissected and examined. A digital interpretation of a sequence from Man Ray’s first film, choreographies for camera, and journeys by car and by train are just some of the focal points. From fluid or jerky rhythms to blurred and fragmented impressions, locomotion can be a transformative and creative tool.
Contains flashing images.
(100ft) by Minjung Kim/South Korea, USA/2016/3 mins
Camouflage by Yuka Sato/Japan/2017/8 mins
Duet Tests 1, 7, 8, 10 by Jeremy Moss, Pamela Vail/USA/2016/12 mins
Luna e Santur by Joshua Gen Solondz/USA/2016/11 mins
Moving Across Opposite Directions by Guli Silberstein/UK/2016/6 mins
Reason's Code by Simon Payne/UK/2016/7 mins
Soramimi by Julia Laird, Daisy Dickinson/UK, Japan/2016/4 mins
Toutes Directions by Billy Roisz, Dieter Kovacic/Austria/2017/13 mins
When Time Moves Faster by Anna Vasof/Austria/2016/7 mins
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