Texts evoking pain are adapted from authors like Frederick Douglass and Jericho Brown. The images have been soaked until everything recognizable has been stripped away, leaving behind a wash of colours, a bacterial flow....
| 3 minutes | 2017
This is a first person, autobiographical, experimental film exploring the ramifications of a devastating romantic breakup.
| 14 minutes | 2013
‘Mehr licht' were the last words spoken by Goethe before he died. An intimate encounter with a blinding white light is an encounter with the self at the edges of time and existence.
| 11 minutes | 2017
An experimental film based on two questions : how does the first image come in our head? And, at what moment does the image lose its original meaning and become something else?
| 12 minutes | 2016
On a strip of land between two waters, a drummer spreads his rhythm in front of the immense landscape. The popping beats resound through the fjord. The echo resonates between heaven and earth and reaches a group of rowers energetically training on their rowing. Deploying a sublime collective effort larger than life, they try to get the maximum power from their hi-tech craft.
| 5 minutes | 2016
Drawing upon literary sources, late-night radio and ancient legends, What Happens to the Mountain evokes a psycho-geographic experience in a sacred landscape.
| 13 minutes | 2017
Heliopolis Heliopolis is the name of a metropolitan simulacrum, a tool used to design a revolutionary city to surpass Heliopolis. This cinematic interpretation shows the hypnotic ritual connected to its use.
| 26 minutes | 2017
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