Lichtspiel Schwarz- Weiss-Grau
Location: Filmtheater t’Hoogt
Lichtspiel Schwarz- Weiss-Grau is a film revolving around the superpositions of metal objects and shadows. Shadows reappearing, suddenly the shadow of a balloon, with a halo of raw light, playing on the shadow of the anterior light. The light accessory revolves around itself, we can see it from the top, from the bottom, from the front and from behind. In slow motion, accelerated, reversed. A mass of details. A carved wooden ball rolls from left to right. From right to left. Non- stop. Positive and negative images, a glare, prisms which come apart constantly. Movements, strange grids which move. Filters « drunk », bars.Glance cast by little openings ; automatic diaphragms. Light flashes, moving, blinding. Whirling spirals, which always return. All solid shapes dissolve into light.
László Moholy-Nagy― Artist
László Moholy-Nagy, born in 1895 in Borsód, Austria-Hungary, was an artist who believed in the potential of art as a vehicle for social transformation and working hand in hand with technology for the betterment of humanity. A multifaceted artist, educator and prolific writer, Moholy-Nagy experimented across mediums, moving fluidly between the fine and applied arts, pursuing his quest to illuminate the interrelatedness of life, art, and .