- 6 years ago
Playing tracks by
Petőcz András, Jazz and Milk, Palol Zavallone?, Jerry Goldsmith, Instrumental and more.
soundtrack to an installation by Hungarian visual crew Kiégő Izzók, featuring eight screens attached on the ceiling, facing downwards. It uses samples from Hungarian literature (mostly modernist and postmodern, but also traditional spoken word and soundbites). The surrealistic mixture of texts plays with the idea that visitors had to look upwards (up, sky, flying, excercise in front of the screen), at television screens (lies, what is real and reality, boring, here and now, presence and distance), showing moving images (art, futurism, labyrinth. All moving images where shot from below to reflect the viewers' perspective. With accompanying music, of course.