TURBIDUS FILM #5 – CAROLINE KOEBEL (US), LYNDSAY BLOOM (US), QUIMU CASALPRIM (E/DE)

Datum: 
21 Nov 2013 - 19:30

TURBIDUS FILM bjuder denna afton på kortfilmer av Caroline Koebel (us), Lyndsay Bloom (us) och Quimu Casalprim (e/de) som med skilda ingångar och bred variation processar relationer, sexualitet och identitet.

Klassiska sagor parfraseras, Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull och tidiga avantgardefilmer av Mary E. Bute, Fernand Leger och Oskar Fischinger, återanvänts i nya formationer och sammanhang.

Vi möter handprocessade 16mm och super-8-filmer, lyriska och personliga filmer, filmer som aktivt bearbetar och ställer frågor om film i allmänhet och filmberättande i synnerhet. Filmer som genom en mängd montagetekniker framhäver en mångfald uttryck och stilar, vilka understryks genom kontrapunktiska kollage av flicker, found footage, text, negativ och positiv film, tystnad, ljud, röster, musik etc, och samtidigt bjuder på en förblindad och tilldragande skönhet i såväl vardagen som filmhistorien.

FILM-PROGRAM

QUIMU CASALPRIM:
Zeitriss 11'00 (2009)

LYNDSAY BLOOM:
Krause Springs 3'03 (2011) Xoxo 2'54 (2011) Marfa 4'50 (2011) Kiss 1'31 (2012)
Barton Springs Lake Travis 2'30 (2012) Good and Gone 7'40 (2012) Plumeria Spider 1'05 (2012) Beer Brew 2'55 (2013)

CAROLINE KOEBEL:
Puss! The Booted Cat 13'00 (1995) Inflorescentia 13'00 (1997) Hole or Space 3'23 (2006) Sea Lion 2'50 (2007)
Repeat Photography and the Albedo Effect 8'12 (2008)

CAROLINE KOEBEL

Caroline Koebel is an American experimental filmmaker who works in a wide range of styles, but prefers to draw inspiration from past films in avant-garde history. For example, she manipulates footage taken news sources and popular films to rework them into new contexts. She has also filmed original footage to document people's relationships to their environment and has made original experimental narrative short films. Plus, she performed in Craig Baldwin's 1999 classic Spectres of the Spectrum.

LYNDSAY BLOOM

Biography Lyndsay Bloom studied film and sculpture, and received her BFA from the Cooper Union in New York. She assisted filmmaker Jennifer Reeves and built dioramas at The American Museum of Natural History. Her interest in education has taken her to teach darkroom photography in Virginia, work with grassroots organization Lo Curativo teaching and performing puppet shows in Buratovich, Argentina, teach art for Houston Independent School District, and teach media for Aurora Picture Show. She attended Film Farm's 2012 residency in Mount Forest, Ontario. Currently, Bloom is pursuing her MFA in Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego.
Lindsay Blooms hand-processed super-8 and 16mm films exposes the materiality of the film strip. Scratches, nicks, dirt, discoloration, polarizations and the use of positive and negative film, represents an unique and an important part of the narrative in all her films.
Blooms gorgeous film pieces is personal, colorful and sometimes lyrical and shows glimpses of everyday life and the world around her, reminiscent of Jonas Mekas, but with different motifs and through a woman's eyes.

QUIMU CASALPRIM

Joaquim Casalprim i Suárez, born 1977 in Catalonia, began working with music and video performances in the electro scene by the middle nineties and studying audiovisual media in Microfusa and EMAV, Barcelona. From 2001 to 2006 studied philosophy and classical philology at the University of Barcelona, focusing in hermeneutics and phenomenology. Then moved to Cologne for a postgraduate experimental film program at the KHM, finished 2011. He is currently based in Germany and works as freelance film maker, editor and colorist.

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