Perchance To Dream by Nina Hartmann

Perchance To Dream is a mesmerizing trip into a colorful universe where gravity is absent and unknown beings are constantly transmuting. Explore a realm of the unknown that is, in fact, right around the corner.

We screened Perchance To Dream first at the C.A.R. art fair in 2019

 

Nina Hartmann,  DE, Perchance To Dream, 2019, 5 min 28s

 

Phil Shoenfelt and Dim Locator live at Directors Lounge Berlin. Photo: André Werner
Phil Shoenfelt and Dim Locator live at Directors Lounge Berlin.

 

Phil Schoenfelt and Southern Cross will smash your screen!

Phil Schoenfelt, who rocked our 9th edition of DL, and Southern Cross will play live from Praque, on Friday 26th 7pm (CET), to all the world. That is, the gig will be streamed live onto your screen.

A show (of about 60 minutes) not to be missed.

Grab the live link here on fb, put the hi-fis high and the light down low.

 

Say Hello, Wave Goodby. Das winkende Mädchen. Installation in the public space by André Werner, 31.12.2020
Say Hello, Wave Goodby. Das winkende Mädchen. Installation in the public space by André Werner, 31.12.2020

Here’s wishing you all a prosperous 21, filled with love and happiness.

Enjoy a live stream of our friends at Zero Point One, from 9pm CET till 2 am

AS YOU SEE by Jayne Wilson

A simple but oblique look at the illusory nature of television.

As a multitude of mesmerising televisual images race pas our eyes, there is a simple, but simultaneously baffling, explanation to the technology that brought moving images to your screens. As You See takes us on a curious and intoxicating journey into the illusory nature of television, and the fault in our eyes that makes it possible.

Uso Justo by Coleman Miller

“Coleman Miller is destined for admiration and great poverty.”
– Isabella Rossellini

“It put a bouquet of flowers on the concept of the experimental film.”
– Ed Ruscha

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… all that passed by Stuart Pound

A fragment taken from an well known Science Fiction film is prematurely
aged to a time when there was no film sound other than piano accompaniment.

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