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Clocks

Germany, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Animation)

Director: Kirsten Winter

Kirsten Winter sets images of abstract expressionism and degraded video takes to Elena Kats-Chernm's composition "Clocks", which was First performed by Ensemble Modern at the 1993 Karlsruhe Multimediaie.

The film includes images of composer/pianist Elena Kats-Chernin, percussionist Daryl Pratt, the dancer Elizabeth Burton and curiously, for a quick-sighted audience, scenes of Sydney Harbour, the Bridge, Opera House, sandstone cliffs and a ubiquitous Australian skateboarder,

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