by Larry GOTTHEIM
2019 / color / sound / 1S / 22' 00
"Knot" — wrapping things up, tying things up. "Not" – cross out, erasure. Material from a documentary about conductor Wilhelm Fürtwangler, material from a graffiti stencil work on a brick wall near where I live, a stencil of a girl writing something on the wall, what she wrote crossed out by another act of graffiti. These are the main elements. Also footage looking down at the water of Pearl Harbor with the ruins of battleship Arizona beneath. It had turned red with age. And some footage from Manchester the morning after the terrorists struck. All composed against a sound piece, a multiplication table repeated in four languages. Everything superimposed. It’s not just about what it’s about, but also memory, negatives that try to get negated. About music and painting. Politics, longing and regret.Superimposition is the primary device. The doubling and tripling suggest many implications. - L.G.
|distribution format||Digital file on server (HD)|
|screen||16/9 (single screen)|
|rental fee||81,00 €|