"No photographed images. All handmade. It's all these squares, lines. The main techniques were bleaching and dyeing and sticking letraset-type material to the film strip. Used the pos/neg thing, inserting film strips to sustain shapes, otherwise you're talking about the one film all the time: it begins to look the same. There is a growing need to sustain shapes, patterns, etc. Hence the squares, lines. Breaking away from the rush of shapes. It's more of a problem to get away from in Vision because there are no photographic images. A very ordered film. Very Dutch. Took it all out of 800 ft. of this type of stuff and ended up with 150 ft. of selected squares and circles. The images don't rush, they much more fold over the top of one another. Mondrian-inspired." http://www.innersense.com.au/mif/debruyn_films.html
Available from LightCone (paris) http://www.lightcone.org/en/film-281-vision.html Animation Sound effects: Michael Luck Also presented at the Melbourne International Film Festival, 2009 as part of "Reminiscences # 3". Presented at the Brighton Film Festival on 21st November 2010
Field of Research
190202 Computer Gaming and Animation
Socio Economic Objective
950104 The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
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