Time at least

  • Lab
    • Autre / Other
  • Production year 2020
  • Production format 16 mm
  • Screening format 16 mm
  • Duration 9′
  • Time at least

  • a Performance
  • by Kremberg, Heissenberg, Metschke, Peters
  • Description (english) Time at last Is a performative play of light by 4 projectors and 4 performers with moving projection surfaces, accompanied by atmospheric-musical sounds. An audiovisual experiment, an investigation, a perception, the exploration of a dreamlike world of thoughts that invites and confronts us with the innermost fantasies of the present time. Superimpositions, doublings, amplification, negation, and concealment of diffuse images alternate. As in a dream, the recipient enters the abstract thoughts of a protagonist and cannot escape the confused games. We are four students of the Braunschweig University of Art, who have been working with the medium of experimental and analogue film on 16mm in the last two semesters. We are interested in the question of time in connection with light and space. The performative aspect : Versions of a film will be shown on 3 projectors. By moving the devices as well as the projection surfaces, the motives, forms, patterns and colours will overlap in time. In addition, a 35 mm track will be drawn slowly through the device via a modified slide projector, on which differently coloured blank film will again overlap the black and white film projection. The projectors will be covered at different and improvised times. The action and reaction of form and body thus undertakes an almost hypnotic journey in the interplay of atmospheric sounds. To visualise the concept we have created a digital version which incorporates almost all ideas. The audio is a wild mixture of many small elements.Rain, noises instruments, sometimes melodic, sometimes percussive, sometimes cut to a rhythm, sometimes left alone. A sea of sounds on which you can sway in the waves, but also get caught in a storm. A dance of overstrain for eyes and ears. artists: Charlotte Kremberg, Hendrik Heisseneberg, Tina Metschke, Rene Peters Thomas Bartels is the technical director.
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