The sun brings light in the darkness. Five films that challenge us to look at things differently, to see knowledge we have obtained from a new perspective.
Sat 27 Jan
Mon 29 Jan
Films screened in this combined programme
SunstoneLouis Henderson, Filipa César 35′
Critical research film in which optical technologies of military and colonial design evoke associations between seeing and understanding, light projection and enlightenment.
Entangled NightvisionsAura Satz 12′
Philosopher Johnny Golding ruminates on a formative childhood experience, when her father brought home an early prototype of night vision he was working on for 'Project Eyeglass'.
Latency Contemplation 3Cho Seoungho 10′
Mountains, rocks, shadows, water: everything flows, is in motion, panta rhei. Latency Contemplation 3 is a choreography of horizontal lines, drifting on the vertical.
Almost Nothing: So Continues the NightDavor Sanvincenti 12′
Ode to the light in the darkness. The eye on one side and the sun on the other are intimately connected.
What the Sun Has SeenAgnieszka Polska 7′
An animated child-faced sun with melancholy eyes jokes about environmental issues and comments on the tumultuous times in which the world finds itself.