Films in ‘exploding cinema - Sound Check’
Wandering WordsEric Delayen IFFR 2005
The text that word by word fills the right side of the image is derived from chapter 10 'Wandering Rocks' of James Joyce's Ulysses. The 3500 words are classified and pronounced according to a random system - based on 'orphism', a style developed by the French surrealist poet Apollinaire - by 19 computer-generated voices, after the 19 protagonists in the book.
414-3-RAVE-95Cory Arcangel, Frankie Martin IFFR 2005
Two dancers compete in a hot-wired arcade game.
Sound Check Live: Tony Conrad, Violin Solo (in D)Tony Conrad IFFR 2005
Tony Conrad is best known for his violin playing with the Theatre of Eternal Music. Hypnotic phenomena and trance situations continue to characterise his film and music work. Solo live and his own shadow.
Batterie RK - SchlagzeugenCarsten Aschmann IFFR 2005
A composition of a man and his instrument. Rhythmic, mechanical equivalents are generated by means of editing. The musician in the picture is Rüdiger Klose. The film is made up of six movements that show the relationship between the drummer and his instrument. They work upon each other, like a clockwork in a puppet-show.