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Live Performances - Film en Geluid: ResonanCITY

Director: Sara Kolster, Derek Holzer
In daily life, myriad sounds and images disappear unheard and unseen, because they are simply too small and inconspicuous or because we lack the means to pick them up. ResonanCITY attempts to collect such microscopic sounds from various cities, and subsequently enlarge and transform them. The aim is to build a new city of image and sound within the existing space. Video artist Sarah Kolster utilizes macro lenses and a light box. Without using any effects, she captures the images and manipulates the found footage. The sound is composed of found objects, folk music, spoken word or field recordings. These are mixed live on computer to bring hidden details and nuances to the surface. The audience is asked to bring along objects, too, which will then be integrated in the performance.


Sound Design
Title: Live Performances - Film en Geluid: ResonanCITY
Year: 2005
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2005

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