SEASON I

Program 01 15.10.05
Program 02 22.10.05
Program 03 29.10.05
Program 04 05.11.05
Program 05 12.11.05
Program 06 19.11.05
Program 07 26.11.05
Program 08 03.12.05
Program 09 10.12.05
Program 10 17.12.05
Program 11 25.12.05
Program 12 07.01.06
Program 13 14.01.06
Program 14 21.01.06
Program 15 28.01.06
Program 16 04.02.06
Program 17 11.02.06
Program 18 18.02.06
Program 19 25.02.06
Program 20 04.03.06
Program 21 11.03.06
Program 22 18.03.06
Program 23 25.03.06
Program 24 01.04.06
Program 25
08.04.06
Program 26 15.04.06
Program 27 22.04.06
Program 28 29.04.06


SEASON II

Program 01 14.10.06
Program 02 21.10.06
Program 03 28.10.06
Program 04 04.11.06
Program 05 11.11.06
Program 06 18.11.06
Program 07 25.11.06
Program 08 02.12.06
Program 09 09.12.06
Program 10 16.12.06
Program 11 23.12.06
Program 12 30.12.06
Program 13 06.01.07
Program 14 13.01.07
Program 15 20.01.07
Program 16 27.01.07
Program 17 03.02.07
Program 18 10.02.07
Program 19 17.02.07
Program 20 24.02.07
Program 21 03.03.07
Program 22 10.03.07
Program 23 17.03.07
Program 24 24.03.07
Program 25 31.03.07
Program 26 07.04.07
Program 27 14.04.07
Program 28 21.04.07
Program 29 28.04.07

Helki Frantzen
Just like that
2005, 2:15 min. (video, b&w, sound)

Kristine Marx
Beside Between
2005, 2:19 min. (video, color, sound)
 

Kristine Marx
Before Between
2005, 3:25 min. (video, b&w, sound)

Mary Magsamen & Stephen Hillerbrand
Suppositions
2003, 1 min. (video, color, sound)

 

 

Program 7 November 26, 2005

In and out of narrative sound

This evening's program presents the work of different artists and filmmakers who take dialogue out of its traditional context and explore the boundaries between diegetic sound (sound which has a source in the story world) and nondiegetic sound (sound which comes from a source outside the story world). Frantzen creates a infinitely large space, reciting the words from an unseen source, while Marx removes all verbal dialogue, leaving us to imagine what may be spoken.  Magsamen and Hillerbrand reappropriate a narrative dialogue for a self-portrait and Roeg, in his famous scene with David Bowie, creates a cacophonic symphony in which we can no longer trace the source.

-Sarra Brill

Helki Frantzen
Just like that
2005, 2:15 min. (video, b&w, sound)

Kristine Marx
Beside Between
2005, 2:19 min. (video, color, sound)

Before Between

2005, 3:25 min. (video, b&w, sound)

Mary Magsamen & Stephen Hillerbrand
Suppositions
2003, 1 min. (video, color, sound)

Nicholas Roeg
Excerpt from The Man Who Fell to Earth
(1976) 2:15 min.