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Solo Mit Chor

Austria (MIFF 2005, experimental)

Director: Barbara Doser

A face gazes directly into the lens. It is a blank canvas for the wash of subtle changes in hue and lighting that impose shifting moods. As colour veils ebb, imagination overrides perception to breath life into the spectral image.
D/S Karø Goldt P/WS Sixpack Film L no dialogue TD video/col, B&W/2004/6mins

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