Talking to a Stone

by Hansen, Inger Lise

Film: 16mm 1993

Duration
6
Screens
1

'Hus is a film which attempts to reveal the private and hidden layers of our habitation. It is a live animation film shot on location which incorporates both pixilation (stop motion) and time-lapse photography. Every single shot of the film opens up a hidden layer of the house and exposes it to the passing light. Within the accelarated time of the film the house gradually breaks down piece by piece and frame by frame. Once the house is completely dismantled it is reconstructed in a different location. Hus is a film about time and processes, about desintegratioon and construction.'

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