24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Who's Afraid Of RGB
Another contribution of this authoress to the reflection of genre films, this time dealing with romantic melodrama, confronts the expressive character of the film medium with the viewers’ perception in radical juxtapositions of eyes closely observing the movie Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and spots of red, green and blue colours that bite into them accompanied by harrowing noises and music.
“Who's Afraid of RGB plays with self-referentiality in art, with the relation between artwork and viewer, references to other works of art and to scientific fields, as here to psychophysiology.” B. Roisz
biographyAustrian multidisciplinary artist Billy Roisz (1967) has been creating video & sound art and performances since the 1990s. In her experimental work, she deals with issues of interactions between image and sound and their perception. Her means of expression partly include light effects and trembling image, which contribute to creation of abstract compositions. In 2014, Ji.hlava IFDF screened her film darkroom.
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|music:||Billy Roisz, Susanna Gartmayer|