Kamler’s animated cinema suggests a singular variety of science fiction. Completely unalike to more conventionally linear and text-based narratives, Kamler’s films instead explore a series of dynamic visual motifs. Typically, the conclusion of these films is less suggestive of resolution, than it is of recurring episode.
Violet & Daisy, directed by Geoffrey Fletcher. One of my favorite lighting scenes: when Violet & Daisy open up their Celebrity Weekly magazine and it lights up.
The last scene in Farewell My Concubine directed by Kaige Chen 陳凱歌.
Making Up a Work with Ones Body - Material is Mind (Gutai Outdoor Exhibition 1956)
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Luigi Russolo, Noise Machines (Mixed Media 1913)
“In his 1913 book The Art of Noises,Luigi Russoloimagines a future dominated by noise. In this soundscape, noises are a colossal part of what drives culture. He wanted to incorporate the beauty of industrial noise into the properly aesthetic realm of music.
For this he devised noise-making machines that he called “intonarumori”, which, through cranks, mechanical effects and the passage of air, would alter our idea of what sounds could be made into music. His growlers, cracklers and bursters (and many more) would form an orchestra that would first reflect the new world of the machine, then contribute to human development.”