by Nicky HAMLYN
2003 / 16mm / color-b&w / mute / 1S / 11' 15
Water Water revisits the bathroom location of a previous film White Light (1996). It is based around a set of antinomies that operate at various levels, from between frames to between the two halves of the film.
The black and white first part is composed of individually filmed frames (animation) which form shots of interlaced contrary motion that nevertheless can be read as sequences of individual frames, and/or in which alternate frames are lit in contrasting ways so as to emulate negative-positive juxtapositions. In the colour second half, dissolves replace cuts, light softens and contrast decreases. Continuity, by way of isomorphic features in the room, replaces the discontinuities of part one.
|distribution format||Digital file on server (HD)|
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||47,00 €|