YAGUE, a travel journal from Peru that works with the question of memory via the degeneration of video images. An exploration of a hallucinatory space constructed from visual and aural debris. The figure of the endlessly flowing image is simultaneously a visual leitmotif that speaks to the passage of time as well as a reflection on the nature of images as deformed mirrors of reality. The soundtrack, created by the composer Méryll Ampe, responds to the piece by producing dream spaces out of electronic and acoustic materials on the limit of erasure.
Martín Molina Gola (1988, Mexico City) is a filmmaker and researcher. After studying filmmaking at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, he directed and worked as cinematographer on several short documentary and experimental films. He is currently writing a doctoral thesis at Paris 8 on Fernand Deligny and the artistic avant-gardes.
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