A Thousand Scapes
Constituted in an imaginary black and white landscape, ‘A Thousand Scapes’ is a search to describe the basic elements of cinema: the experience of time, the relationship between sound and image, editing. In three parts the film unfolds, in a programmed audiovisual landscape, into a complex realm of abstract forms and lines complemented within an immersive sound landscape. In part one the presence of time and space is put into motion. The second part forms forms the space in picture and sound and investigates their relationship. The last part of the film shows a disturbing disruption of the previous scenes. Via a complex algorithm the audiovisual elements are scattered around, creating a unique visual dialect and intense rhythm, leaving the spectator engged for orientation into a newly defined space.
2009 | length 14’ | format HD | black and white | audio Dolby Prologic