Music Technology lecturer screens new film project at festival in Netherlands
Lit started from observations over a few years, out of a series of photographs capturing ephemera. Now the video investigates sustained impressions, suspended forms and shapes created by sunlight illuminating – part revealing, part disguising – the space the artist inhabited at the time.
Apart from lecturing at The Cass, Wendt has been creating narrative and non-narrative video as integral part of performance, installation, or for means of experimentation and research. Lit was designed as a silent vehicle for the investigation of images and contributed non-sync sounds by Robert Curgenven and is Alexander Wendt's first long short.
You can read more about Lit and Alexander Wendt on his profile page.
|Date||Friday, 27 March 2015|
|Location||The Drone Cinema|
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