Directors Lounge presents:
16mm Expanded Cinema Tour May / June 2008
Donnerstag, 26. Juni 2008
20 Uhr Einlaß - Beginn 21 Uhr
With her 16mm triple projections and film perfromances, Sally Golding
combines photochemical experiments with explorations of the horror
movie genre, presented as live perfromance. This unique show is a
must for everbody who loves movies, experimental film or dark
underground groove. Sally lives and works in Queensland, Australia
and is coming to Berlin as part of her world tour. In Australia,
together with Joel Stern, she also organizes the Off-Festival
"Otherfilm Festival" in Brisbane, AUS. http://www.otherfilm.org/
Handmade 16mm projector extrapolations / performances; chaotic
distortions of optical, mechanical, and photochemical processes.
Sally's obsessions with film: archiving, archeology, and arcana are
threaded together to form a psychedelic and sculptural cinematic
Not Still Life
A Technicolor nightmare Live explorations into the sordid past of
colour processes Untangling the 'three colour separation process' in
which three records of the same image are shot and projected back
through RGB filters to make your eyeballs tingle. Rotating colour
wheels are employed in attempts at a hybrid 'Friese-Green' system
(can you glimpse 'realistic' colour?). Candied visions and projector
performance make for a gothic live Victoriana experience.
Face of an Other
Obsessions with the horror genre manifest themselves onto the
filmmaker's own body in a bizarre attempt to meld the real and the
hyper real. A live performance in which humanity has forgotten
itself, or did Hollywood just get carried away?
(Bloodless: Now and Then)
Bloodless Landscape / Johnny's Ghost
Originally a pile of discarded film leader, photographic images begin
to flicker as interjections within the apparently empty screen space.
Fleeting moments of landscape imagery appear distorted by time and
An unsettling, gothic 'European' narrative disrupts the desolate,
desiccated Australian landscape. An Abject Leader mutable expanded
cinema piece, these trees and chemicals have endured a long projector
performance battle with lenses and prisms many times.
Sally Golding - Links:
Sally Golding at otherfilm.org
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