Using pixillation, DELPHI 1830 portrays one day during the 1993 Berlin International Film Festival. The rapid speed of the images accompanied by the associative sound montage convey the hectic pace with which the film-obsessed protagonist races from one cinema to the next. In an exhilarating, often comical way, DELPHI 1830 depicts how we see and hear or how our sensory perceptions operate before our brain processes them.
Filmed on one single 30m roll of 16mm film and edited inside the wind-up Bolex camera.
Images by Rick Minnich. Sound design by Robert Henke.