Sun 28 Jan '18 - Festival

IFFR – Sound//Vision

4 nights of innovative audiovisual culture

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The final sound//vision evening is opened by Finnish-Dutch filmmaker Britt Kootstra, alias Britt Al-Busaltan with her tableaux vivants that she makes using 16mm film loops. In the performance Razzle Dazzle she moves the projectors by hand, which continuously affects the surroundings. The live score is provided by guitarist Lukas Simonis and cellist Nina Hitz from Rotterdam.

The American-Dutch Martha Colburn concludes the third edition of sound//vision with the live performance The Wanderlust West. Colburn collected characteristic moments in America’s past and present from paintings and photographs, and then recorded these on 16mm film. These images are subsequently modified, processed and combined into a commentary on our chaotic era. Musical support comes from Orquesta del Tiempo Perdido consisting of Jeroen Kimman (composer, guitar), Jasper Stadhouders (guitar/bass), Leo Svirsky (accordion), Tristan Renfrow (drums) en Floris van Bergeijk (sampler, keys).

Stay up to date with Facebook. sound//vision is made possible thanks to the support of Goethe-Institut Niederlande and Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond.

Sound//vision 2018 is a programme in WORM organised by IFFR. From Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 January (21:30 till late) the nights of sound//vision offer exceptional and exclusive cooperations between musicians, video artists, filmmakers and other artists working in the field of sound and vision. sound//vision – innovative, experimental and adventurous – is part of IFFR’s short film programme.