by Telemach WIESINGER
b&w / sound / 1S / 15' 00

The short film poem KYKLOP is dedicated to a mechanical eye as an autonomous being.
 Round wheels and targets similar to him seem to arouse the interest of this main character.
 The atmosphere is thundery, thunderous. It reminds of the cyclopean thunder demons from the Theogony of the ancient Greek poet Hesiod.
 KYKLOP (2023) is another autonomous part of the film cycle by Telemach Wiesinger and Alexander Grebtschenko that began with TURBULENCE (2022) and its pairs of mechanical wings.
 The combination of Wiesinger's purely analog film design, characterized by technical finesse and impressively varied film grain, and Grebtschenko's kinetic objects and extremely reduced music allows for numerous interpretations. Questions also occupy the viewer: Why does the cyclops wear a loudspeaker instead of a pupil? Is the receiver here also the transmitter?
 How does the sound level created from alienated noises of the camera mechanics play with the images?
 Like magicians, Telemach Wiesinger and Alexander Grebtschenko are able to create unique magical worlds with their mechanical devices.
 Raise the curtain on illusions! - Thomas Spiegelmann, 2023


distribution format 16mm
screen 1,37 - Standard (single screen)
speed 24 fps
sound optical sound
rental fee 64,00 €