Favorite films

  • Figure Minus Fact
  • An Aviation Field
  • The Farnsworth Scores
  • special dark glass somewhere

Recent activity

  • F.L.I.R. (Forward Looking Infra-Red)

  • The Entire Sun Is Nowhere To Be Found

  • White Noise

  • Crossover

Recent reviews

  • It's About Time

    It's About Time

    “I tell you a story I have never told anyone before.”

    With It’s About Time, once again Roger Deutsch revives his fictional alter-ego Roger to tell a story about the time he wanted to be a gentleman farmer in a ramshackle house deep in the mountains of West Virginia.

  • Flight Memory

    Flight Memory

    “They’ll always be there. And you can swim to them any time you need to.”

    With Flight Memory, French artist Noé Grenier focuses on false memories and mental dismantling. The project is entirely composed of black and white blow-ups of a 35mm trailer for Robert Schwentke’s movie Flightplan. What once was an advertisement for a Hollywood production is transformed, fragmented, deprived of its colors and given new rhythms and tones in order to bathe the viewer in a world of Markerian reminiscences.

Popular reviews

  • O Arrais do Mar

    O Arrais do Mar

    Night-time, for Elisa Celda, isn't just an expressive device. The night walk of Lenda Negra (2016), the minimalistic Viewer and viewed (2018) and the crepuscular dialogue of Esfinge (2018) prove that her artistic practice is rooted in the act of filming the night as much as it is rooted in collaborative work. O arrais do mar is Celda's most nocturnal film to date, a hypnotic piece where she portrays two events in Costa da Caparica (Portugal): people cruising for sex…

  • T


    Ignazio Fabio Mazzola’s education in both fine arts and architecture is reflected in his artistic practice: he uses moving images to make autobiographical pieces, portraits of artists and works about architectural projects. Like Leandro Varela, Mazzola proposes films and videos that challenge standard lengths, focusing on very short visual statements. Made in 2017, T presents details of the houses built in La Martella (near Matera, Italy) by architect Ludovico Quaroni and his collaborators in the 50s. In T the rationalist façades are shown by way of high-contrast abstract glimpses.