Mim - Documentations

Video: Ingeborg Fülepp and Heiko Daxl
Musik: Zbiegniew Karkowsky
Ensemble Zeitkratzer
2001, 42:00

A minimal stock of footage enfolds a maximum of variations, parallels and phaseshifts.
The images - derived from the White Noise of the cathode-ray tube,scratches and fluffs on film-negative
- are repeatedly superimposed, tilted, mirrored and changed in their proportions.
A montage, that is developed simultaneously on all four synchronized videotapes, forms a pulsating “polylog”, a chorus of black and white, that is between chaos and hypnotic fever before it ends in the primordial thunderstorm of electronic particles.

“The knowledge that we react to incoming sound not only with
our ears is generally ignored
but has profound consequences.
Each human organ has a keynote frequency
which according to the phenomena of EMI (electromagnetic interference)
and physical principles of resonance can be affected and activated.
(...) The music must become aware of the subtleties of its effects.
There is no doubt that the body metabolism functions primarily via combination
of electrical frequencies, pulse rates and biochemical hormones.
The brain is dependent on input.
There is nothing else but sound, all that exists is vibration.
Where language ends, music begins.”

(Zbigniew Karkowsky: The Method Is Science, The Aim Is Religion, Amsterdam 1992)

Aus minimalem Bildmaterial ist ein Maximum von Variationen, Parallelitäten
und Phasenverschiebungen entstanden.
Die Bilder - bestehend aus Weißem Rauschen der Kathodenröhre,
Kratzern und Fusseln auf Negativfilm - sind mehrfach überlagert, gekippt, gespiegelt
und in ihren Größenverhältnissen verändert.
Eine Montage, die sich simultan auf den
4 synchronisiert ablaufenden Videobändern entwickelt,
erzeugt einen pulsierenden “Polylog” , einen Chorus aus Schwarz und Weiß,
der den Grad zwischen Chaos und hypnotischem Fieber beschreibt
und im Ur-Gewitter der elektronischen Teilchen endet.

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Mim - Documentations

Media In Motion-Documentations

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Heiko Daxl & Ingeborg Fülepp

Since 1989 fields of activities:digital art, video and computer installations, touring programmes, symposia and exhibitions


further videos see: Media in Motion

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