'Bilderbuch-Wiederholung- The aesthetics of absence'

Geert Wachtelaer
Sep 30, 2014 6:22AM

A mutual understanding between the space and the projection. The fact that the viewers, are not only fully and consciously complicit in that interior facture but in the process.

-the absence of a subject, the absence of 'things' –

- the spatiality of film, camera, projector and a void as an area of projection. Frames are pictorial, yet abstract, representations of information to recapture the spatiality of film. Moving frames, with its information as a tool of thought, apperception and critical perception of the projection space. A series of connections of these frames as a moving image, to gradually develop a sense of "space of movies" or simply to contextualize the surroundings. An attempt to free the image from its ungainly technical support-

Geert Wachtelaer