Sylvia Schedelbauer | Germany | 2011 | 7m
b&w | sound | DigiBeta
A man in a forest is subject to a flood of impressions; rhythmic waves of images and sounds give form to his introspection.—Sylvia Schedelbauer
“Waves of consciousness roll in, roll out, leave some writing, and just as quickly new waves roll in and erase it. I try to quickly read what’s written there, between one wave and the next, but it’s hard. Before I can read it the next wave’s washed it away. All that’s left are puzzling fragments.”—Kafka on the Shore, Haruki Murakami
Screens as part of Looking Through a Glass Onion.