film & video: CP09 Structural Poetics

Sat, Feb 2, 2008
7 pm
Admission: 7 Euros, concessions 5 Euros

The film and video section consists of a series of screenings relating thematically to the motto of the festival. Works range from feature film programmes [FP] to a number of compilation programmes [CP] and special programmes [SP].

My Personality Hates Me!

Didi Bruckmayr / Michael Strohmann [at]

The initial point is the reproduction of Bruckmayr’s face, which is comprised of mathematically defined curves orsurfaces (NURBS).

Anoxi: dernière partie

Robin Dupuis [ca]

The elements in the picture are melting into new forms, separating and merging in continuous transformation.

void.seqz 5

[n:ja] [at]

A synergy between image and sound, the medium video as moving image and computer-assisted image composition.

Elesyn 15.625

Billy Roisz [at]

Back to the fundaments of electronic sound and image synthesis, a very colourful diorama of ‘electric synaesthesia’.

pneuma monoxyd

Thomas Köner [de]

‘pneuma monoxyd’ traces fluctuations and invisible border crossings that constitute any moment. A static view of a Balkan market seems like a window looking to the otherside, revealing the idea of Hic et Nunc.


Nelly-Eve Rajotte [ca]

Architecture, rain, passers-by overlap and intersect against a musical excerpt from Brian Eno’s ‘Music for Airports’.


Thorsten Fleisch [de]

For ‘ENERGIE!’ (ENERGY!) an uncontrolled high voltage discharge of 30.000 volts exposes photographic paper.

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Los Gru (Inaki López, Vanesa Castro) [pt/es]

The video mixes different genres such as karaoke, video clip and dj set with lyrics in a primitve and futuristic language.


Antti Savela [se]

‘Emma’ is a reference to Savela’s childhood in Finland. It’s a film about Brylcreme, cigarettes and Rock’n’Roll.

Current Shot 01

Philippe Gerlach / Stefan Kushima [at]

At first glance everything seems motionless, but the apparent stillness of the shot turns out to be deceptive.


Nicolas Bernier [ca]

‘Orchid’ is a video based on still images, on photographs. It all rests on a classic evolving synchronisation of rhythm and image.

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