별들의 부식 WDRE SER: the rot of stars_샬롯 프라이스 Charlotte Pryce

별들의 부식 WDRE SER: the rot of stars_샬롯 프라이스 Charlotte Pryce

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USA / 2018 / B&W / Color / Sound / 6min / 16mmm on HD

Description
The film depicts an encounter with a mysterious, luminous, electrical substance. Inspired equally by medieval accounts of visionary experiences and by 19th century photography of the invisible, Pwdre Ser joins Kirlian photography with hand-processed images.

Bio

Charlotte Pryce explores proto-cinematic structures of reverie: juxtaposing the real and the imagined to create deeply saturated, fleeting illuminations that hover on the periphery of vision. Her work is infused with an optical and photochemical consciousness that delights in catoptric playfulness and paradox. She has been making films and optical objects since 1986 and her works have screened throughout the world. She has taught experimental film at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the San Francisco Art Institute, the Academy of Art (San Francisco), Kent Institute of Design (Canterbury, England), and is currently a faculty member at the California Institute of the Arts (Los Angeles). She is a graduate of the Slade School of Art, University College London (BFA) and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA). In 2013 the Los Angeles Film Critics Association honored her with the Douglas Edwards Award for best experimental cinema achievement.

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