[mash up liveshow]
[site specific experimental liveshow]
[posthumous visual poem]
[video narration for theatre play]
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SUPERNOVA - ELECTRO LIVE CINEMAMash-up stage show
SUPERNOVA is a project combining motion picture and live musical entertainment based on public domain found footage from the first half of the 20th century, directed by film editor and director Beatrice Segolini and set to live music by musician and electronic composer Joachim Planer.
An interpretative re-edit of vintage clips, movies and commercials across decades, composing an impressionistic portrait of our society’s imagery between past and future, wonders and dystopias, naiveties and horrors. An experimental live soundscape overlays images decontextualizing them, connecting new meanings, joining the euphoria of our past promises with cynical echoes from our present.
Deconstructed in this manner, those outdated images reflect back to us our endless unawareness: how much of what we take pride of today will tomorrow make our grandsons cringe? How many of our past horrors still live in our collective subconscious? How much did we simply learn to hide?
Premiered at BRUX FREIES THEATER INNSBRUCK (AT)
Winner of Vorbrenner 2020 (AT)
Produced by DOGSTAR2
>>> WATCH TRAILER HERE <<<
THE HEADLESS DOG SERIESdigital artworks series
Real? Unreal? Surreal?
A series of digital paintings and animations
exploring an intimate universe existing at the verge of reality.
>>> GALLERY AND FREE DOWNLOAD LINK HERE <<<
Funded by DIPARTIMENTO CULTURA ITALIANA - PROVINCIA AUTONOMA DI BOLZANO (IT)
VINCENT WILL MEERVideo-narration for theatre play
Developed to complete and expand the on-scene action
of the theatre play “Vincent Will Meer”, directed by Ralph Bidle.
Produced by the Hamburger Kammerspiele (DE)
>>> MORE INFO HERE <<<
LÁ HAUT SUR NOS FRONTSVisual poem
Posthumous video-poem edited by revisiting the audio and video recordings from the peculiar impressionist journal of Belgian poet Jean-Philippe Dauphin (1978 - 2014†).
Few months before his death, Jean-Philippe wrote:
“It’s been an entire life spent analysing, trying to accept the approximation
which flows and lashes down on the quay of our needs - and which becomes a joy,
as soon as we laugh over our bold preassumptions
and over the silliness of our certainties.”
Commissioned by Frédéric Guillaume
for the 2017 commemoration at the Royal Cinémathèque of Belgium
>>> WATCH LÀ HAUT SUR NOS FRONTS HERE <<<