Xcèntric. April-June 2011

Evil & Pop Culture (2).

Gardens of Evil. Inner Visions, Trips & Acid Eaters

Cinematographic space as a wild, subjective landscape. These films describe subjective, dreamlike appearances: houses, woods and temples, journeys, dream states, nightmares and visions. In their search, the authors address their doubts as to the experience of space in the filming process.


The Gardener of Eden, James Broughton, USA, 1981, 16 mm, 8 min.;


The Garden of Earthly Delights, Stan Brakhage, USA, 1981, 16 mm, silent, 2 min. 30 s;


Eye Myth, S. Brakhage, USA, 1972, 16 mm, silent, 2 min.;


The Way to the Shadow Garden, S. Brakhage, USA, 1955, 16 mm, 10 min.;


Tuning the Sleeping Machine, David Sherman, USA, 1996, 16 mm, 12 min.;


Orb, Larry Jordan, USA, 1973, 16 mm, 5 min.;


Satan Claus, J. X. Williams, USA, 1975, 16 mm, 3 min.;


The Virgin Sacrifice, J. X. Williams, USA, 1970, 16 mm, 9 min.;


Spook House, Cameron Jamie, EEUU, 2003, video, color, sonido, 20 min;


De Dentro, Peter-Conrad Beyer, Germany, 2006, video, 10 min.;


Breathought, P.-C. Beyer, Germany, 2005, video, 5 min.;


Des deux côtés, Andrew De Freitas, Canada, 2008, video, 4 min.

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