by Volker SCHREINER
1998 / Betacam SP / color / sound / 1S / 2' 57
"In this work, Schreiner follows the laws of perception. To see, says Rudolf Arnheim, means to grasp meaningful structural patterns. Perception is organised according to the same structural rules. The inundation with stimuli has to be countered by simplicity – which lies, for example, in uniformity, repetition and the reduction of structural characteristics. For structural equivalence, Gestalt psychologists use the term isomorphism.
In quick succession and in a humorous and imaginative way, he creates visual and thematic analogies and structural patterns that are amusing as well – due to unusual combinations and because they demonstrate Schreiner’s sharp eye for comparisons."
|distribution format||Digital file on server (PAL)|
|screen||4/3 (single screen)|
|rental fee||20,00 €|