by Chris GALLAGHER
2011 / HD / color / sound / 1S / 7' 19
A perfectly logical camera placement renders action as a visual paradox rooted in the analogue world where image and sound took up physical space and required movement to be revealed. We ride alone with the world’s most famous piece of music watching an image that is both still and moving at the same time. Sound and image in this film are on a collision course as there is not enough space for both on the surface on the record. We literally hear until we get there. Hear to There is a lighthearted visual parable that raises questions about the representation and relationship of image and sound.
|distribution format||DVCAM (PAL)|
|screen||16/9 (single screen)|
|rental fee||25,00 €|