Klang-Farbe: Sound-Colour-Tone-FilmCanberra, ACT
|Where||Drill Hall Gallery|
|Starts||Thursday, 11 September 2014|
|Ends||Friday, 19 September 2014|
Painting in Motion – Screening 1
Thursday 11 September, 6pm, Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra
16mm film screening curated by Danni Zuvela and Michael Loebenstein, with live sound performance by Shoeb Ahmad.
Abstract cinema is populated with the work of painters, musicians and other artists working with (or through) the medium of film to explore imaginative correspondences between music, light and sound, colour and tone. Painting in Motion presents rare selected historical examples from the NFSA’s 16mm collection of Australian experimental film spanning 1965-2004 that are almost entirely not available in digital form.
This event is presented in collaboration with the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) and OtherFilm. This event is part of the Colour Music exhibition at the Drill Hall Gallery.
Klang-Farbe – Screening 2
19 September 2014, 5:30pm
NFSA Theatrette, Canberra, ACT
Klang-Farbe (German for ‘tone’ but literally ‘Sound-Colour’) presents contemporary examples of the vibrant abstract audiovisual movement in Austria over the last two decades.
For further information visit the ANU Drill Hall Gallery website.