Combining the mastery of experimental film making and the chemistry of cuisine, Peter Kubelka is certainly more than interesting person to listen to about the art of cinema, celluloid and the sound.
Thanks to peeps from 25FPS – International Festival of Experimental Film and Video we can enjoy two short footages from Kubelka’s lectures Metric Cinema and Metaphoric Cinema held in September, 2010.
It seems like I’m publishing here by default video interviews made by 25FPS – International Festival of Experimental Film and Video. Well, yes… I do! It would be a shame to miss out interesting people talking about interesting stuff. As you can see, it can’t be simpler…
Thus, expanded cinema experimentalist and soundscape ‘catcher’ Bruce McClure talks in short about that what’s behind his works ‘There was something else behing it!’ and ‘Treeshade looms up behind the jostling’.
Photo above: Brice McClure, taken from arteleku (cc)
Photo bellow from the cover of Vouchsafe Me More Soundpicture
(Fain Make Glories) LP
Joost Rekveld was a jury member at this year’s edition of 25FPS – International Festival of Experimental Film and Video… Rekveld is internationally acknowledged experimental filmmaker and kinetic & light installation artist.
He has collaborated with choreographer and dancer Emio Greco on Purgatorio, whose motto is ‘exploring the connection between body and mind rather than being limited to the physical possibilities of the dancing body.’
This year, I was forced to miss 25FPS – International Festival of Experimental Film and Video due to private issues that erupted during September… and I had so many plans… and you know how much I like this festival and Expanded Cinema concept…
Well, I can only swallow the lump and move forward… One of the things I planned for this year’s edition of the festival was to interview Phill Niblock… knowing the propulsive wire and passion of the 25FPS peeps I can be happier right now, because few hours ago they published video interview with Phill Niblock on their Vimeo account…
Phill Niblock, photo by Mark Blower (c) taken form Serpentine Gallery