Location: Theater Kikker
Mothlight (1963), a film by Stan Brakhage, is a paradoxical preservation of pieces of dead moths in the eternal medium of light, something that moths are generally drawn towards. Mothlight, as a film represents a parable of death and resurrection, but is specifically concerned with the persistence of essential form, image and the motion of being.
Stan Brakhage― Artist
Stan Brakhage (1933) was an American filmmaker, touted as one of the most influential figures of 20th century experimental filmmaking. Over the course of almost five decades, Brakhage has been credited with creating a vast and diverse body of work.