A 16mm film for closed eye vision. 00:12:21 is a computer generated 'digital found footage' film. Consisting of a series of samples from classic Hollywood and European art house films. Assembled by a custom written computer program into a hectic flickering imagery. Accomplished by a harsh noise sound composition. At the foundation of the computer program lies the cult software module NATO written by the infamous Netochka Nezvanova. The film was rendered in realtime and transferred frame by frame to a 16mm monochrome film.
00:12:21 is Van Boven's graduation film from 2000.
2000 | length 12’ 21’ | format 16mm | black and white | audio stereo