Ad Libitum Studio

  1. From Another Point of View for ensemble (2017) is a piece about a feeling that emerges when in out everyday lives we begin to sense the disjuncture between its two parallels - the real and the virtual. They exist at the same time inevitably influence one another and, probably could not exist independently should they be separated. The once autonomous reality is slowly passing this role on the virtual reality. we are the masters of this change, and yet this change is also altering ourselves. Its is a natural process in which a new image of us is born. It consists of many particles - together, they gradually create entirely new norms that we probably would’ve opposed before.

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  2. We are very proud and happy to announce that Treeo has won an Encouragement Award at the Cinedans Dance on Screen Festival in Amsterdam, and now is traveling the world and participating in other short film and dance festivals.

    Directing, choreography - Dagmar Dachauer
    Directing, camera, editing - Kristijonas Dirse
    Sound - Egle on Pluto
    Dancers - Eveliina Raaska and Simon Deschamps

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  3. Synopsis :

    Two young photographers find a disturbing discovery in the basement of an abandoned mill: a deaf girl that seemingly spent many years enclosed in a dark room with a small window looking at the forest. In her silence she is looking through the window into the depth of the forest.

    This surreal and yet tragically real sight does not trigger the same reaction for each of the photographers. Pierre instinctively starts photographing; he is obsessed by this bizarre view. Frank, however, is not at all at ease about this dark photo-shoot. His limits of how far can one go “in sake of art” are different from those of Pierre. The moral conflict escalates.

    Pierre is now left alone with the girl and the photo-shoot begins…

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  4. This piece is a stroll through the streets of Vilnius. The anchor-points of this route are three houses of prayer, where we can hear the sound of bells.

    "The sound experience which I prefer to all others, is the experience of silence. And this silence, almost anywhere in the world today, is traffic. If you listen to Beethoven, it’s always the same, but if you listen to traffic, it’s always different."
    John Cage, New York 1991 04 02

    The source of this piece is the soundscape of the walk. At the heart of it there is one sound, but its perception is constantly changing. The source of the video is a collection of similarly sounding areas of Paris, a visual reflection of sounds that are 2000km away.

    Composed by: Dominykas Digimas
    Performed by: Thirty Fingers Trio – Marta Finkelštein, Lora Kmieliauskaitė , Arnas Kmieliauskas
    Sound engineer: Julius Aglinskas
    recorded in Music Innovation Study Centre - Vilnius, Lithuania
    Video: Kristijonas Dirsė

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  5. Šis kūrinys – apie tiką, žmogiškąjį glitch'ą, atsitiktinumą, pasireiškiantį kaip trumpalaikė emocinė perkrova, kai žmoguje esantys negatyvūs jausmai yra sudirginami ir pavirsta į nesąmoningus fizinius veiksmus.

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