24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
This stereoscopic 3D film explores field of vision by slicing the visible image into sections of time and space. The centrifugal images of movement are combined in surreal compositions in which the seams disappear and reappear in moving illusions.
"Stereoscopic films make sense if they make non in mono2D. ROTARIO provides the same film to each eye but with a one frame delay. The spinning carousel unfolds its depth in the spectator's vision only." B. Speidel
Visual artist Björn Speidel (1976) explores the relationship between the depicted image, its content and its message using film as a material and as a medium. He also creates off-screen installations and explores technologies, ways of making art, and the perception of stereoscopic or multidimensional images. He teaches at the Berlin Film Institute and is a member of the LaborBerlin arts collective. The Ji.hlava IDFF previously showed his film Dead End, Rewind Reversal (2016).
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