1+1=UNA MÁS

By Olga POHANKOVA, Diego FIORI

PHILOSOPHISCHE GEBILDE - GESELLSCHAFT FÜR DIE BILDDEKONDITIONIERUNG - as PROD

Transmedia - Completed 2014

In this film, what we usually perceive as horizon line is rotated by 180 °, breaking and short-circuiting the image and the course of history vertically - by multiplying the significants in an ambiguous game, where one feels himself almost observed.

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Euroshorts - Poland 2014
WUFF - Wellington Underground Film Festival - New Zealand 2015
Aesthetica Art Prize - UK 2015
Now & After - International Video Art Festival Moscow - Russia 2015
    • Year of production
    • 2014
    • Genres
    • Transmedia
    • Countries
    • AUSTRIA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • 1 - 3 M$
    • Duration
    • 6 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Olga POHANKOVA, Diego FIORI
    • Writer(s)
    • Olga POHANKOVA, Diego FIORI
    • Producer(s)
    • Diego FIORI (PHILOSOPHISCHE GEBILDE - GESELLSCHAFT FÜR DIE BILDDEKONDITIONIERUNG), Olga POHANKOVA
    • Synopsis
    • In this film, what we usually perceive as horizon line is rotated by 180 °, breaking and short-circuiting the image vertically (carrying the sense of interior and horizontal splitting, in terms of sensorial, exterior and multiplicative doubling, such as the spreading of the sound waves of a diapason).

      Short-circuiting the course of history by cleaving the image and multiplying the significants in an ambiguous game, where one feels himself almost observed. “By reversing the fruition, the work observes you”, claimed the beloved Fausto Melotti. A kind of questioning “habits” of the eye and ear characterized by a symbolic audio/visual short-circuit.

      The conceptual approach of seeing yourself seeing, of hearing yourself speaking – an elementary projection into something else – is denied in favor of the imaginary function in order to re-examine what seems to be immutable: the sense of truth and the truth of the sense.
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