How I learned to love the past's future

visually and sonically very very compelling – Mark Amerika

Shown at streamingfestival, The Hague in 2010 and at HORST, Bremen in 2010

"How I learned to love the past's future" is a digital structural movie.

As a means of appreciation and an urge to interpret - that is why we do remixes. "How I learned" is a personal, a highly subjective work, still with the stringency of a systematic exploration. The cross-scans, spreads of lines and columns from a picture and the fusion of the two results emerge into a texturization containing the smallest and most graphical elements of the source's aesthetic. Granular synthesis magnifies a very small amount of sound into a soundtrack.

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From the movie there are still prints available as an artist edition, digitally printed on an approx. 50cm wide Forex board. If you are interested in the full version and/or the prints, please contact me under contact -at- (this domains name).de.

2009. Video with Audio. 8min 3sec. Movie stills and audio as a source. Max/MSP/Jitter. Independent Work.

© 2009 Andre Hoffmann