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Larm/Noise

Denmark, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Animation)

Director: Trine Vester

More than sixty years after the passing of silent films there are theorists who continue to question the relevance of sound to an essentially visual experience.

Trine Vester s application of ambient sounds to manipulated video images restates the ways m which sound can heighten perceptions of abstracted images and representations of perspective in motion. (RP)

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