by Rose LOWDER
2006 / 16mm / color / silent / 1S / 8' 31
In this film we move away from the notion of a work preconceived to ajust the visual characteristiques of the image in order to allow us to enter the temporal dimension of a pond full of frogs. In front of such creatures that tend to be elusive there arises a question of more general interest as to how can one record moments that are meanful, how can one render visible, present a moment that is alive and connect the items forming the different recorded moments up together ?
|1,37 - Standard (single screen)