The Man Who Fell to Earth, pared down and flipped. Animals, furniture and empty vehicles are left awaiting disaster in abandoned landscapes. Taanila has radically reduced Nicholas Roeg’s 1976 classic to create a highly original Bowie tribute – sans Bowie.
Films from Sound Systems
An EpilogueKeith Sanborn 4′
By evoking the Mechanical Turk, a legendary chess playing automaton, Sanborn addresses the problematic relationship between art and technology.
What Is an Apparatus?Sean Lynch 29′
A slightly ludicrous collection of tales illustrated by shots of nuclear submarines, postmodern architecture, robots, scrapyards and supermarkets.
Little Doorways to Paths Not Yet TakenAura Satz 7′
An intimate exploration of a studio, cluttered with all sorts of technological paraphernalia, presents an indirect portrait of the composer Laurie Spiegel.
The WorldMika Taanila 8′
The Man Who Fell to Earth, pared down and flipped. Animals, furniture and empty vehicles are left awaiting disaster in abandoned landscapes.