A Grammar for Listening (Parts 1-3)

  • 58'
  • United Kingdom
  • 2009
Western culture has relentlessly attempted to classify noise, music and everyday sounds. Ordinary noises and the mundane sounds that are not perceived as either annoying or musical are of no interest. How then to create a meaningful dialogue between looking and listening? Together with sound artists Lee Patterson, Toshiya Tsunoda and Eric La Casa, Luke Fowler's new film cycle attempts to confront these contradictions through the possibilities afforded by 16mm film and digital sound recording devices.

Director
Luke Fowler
Premiere
International premiere
Country of production
United Kingdom
Production Year
2009
Festival Edition
IFFR 2010
Length
58'
Medium
16mm
Language
no dialogue
Producer
Luke Fowler
Sales
LUX
Cinematography
Luke Fowler
Sound Design
Lee Patterson
Music
Lee Patterson