LET'S GET PHYSICAL
Kiihle Fluten, Constanze Westhoven (Germany, 1996, 7:40, video)
A man and a woman meet. not in reality, but via modern communications systems.
Blue Movie, Mark Street (US, 1994, 5:00, 16 mm)
Handpainted images from old pornographic movies.
My Body is my Castle, Constanze Westhoven (Germany, 1996, 6:30, video)
A fascination for heroes from monumental films.
Skintone, Gregory Godhard (Australia, 1996, 10:00, 16 mm)
What would colours feel like if we could touch them?
Free Willy Three, Matt Hulse (UK, 1996, 2:00, video)
A young man in a swimming pool recalls a sentimental childrens’ film.
A Breath Hush, Bea de Visser (The Netherlands, 1996, 7:20, video)
Breath is made visible in a place where it is impossible to breath – underwater.
Fragment, Sybille Roter (Switzerland, 1996, 5:30)
Images of faces dissolve beneath the surface of a cloudy liquid.
Rub Through, Andrea Ehrat (Switzerland, 1995, 3:00)
A body smeared against a sheet of glass, in detail and indistinct.
Backspace – Videodance out of the family album, Anita Kaya (Austria, 1996-97, 5:00, video)
A dance of adult and child develops in the space between two snapshots from a family album, in which a score of childhood memories are re-enacted.
Busby, Anna Heckel-Donnersmarck (Germany, 1996-97, 3:10, video)
Referring to Busby Berkeley’s dance choreographies of the 1930’s, this video uses the computer to create imagery strongly resembling the waterballets of Esther Williams.
Body Hit, Kees Brienen (The Netherlands, 1996, 4:30, 16 mm)
A film about a gun, a man and many victims.