Cinematic Experience with Monochrome
22:35 - 23:35 | Free entrance for ADE Card holders (limited)
De Brakke Grond | ADE Festival Hangout | Nes 45, Amsterdam
Monochrome is an audiovisual experience created for Oscar Mulero’s album Perfect Peace. This cinematic concept was created by Javier Bejarano and Nazare Soares in 2016. For this work they've used mainly black and white 16mm & 8mm footage filmed in England, Norway and Spain; digitalized and mixed with high-quality video, including material from the artists' archives. Monochrome is inspired by earlier work - a photographic series shot at London’s High Gate cemetery, to which Nazare Soares has added animistic elements. The cinematic outcome is an exploration into what happens when juxtaposing still and moving images. The work is also an exploration into the image and its relationship to history as a construct of memory. Rhythm, repetition, and duration are critical parameters within the construction of Monochrome. The transformation of abstract black and white film qualities are linked to the oscillation between harmony and aural dissonances of the sonic experience.
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