My film ‘Fahrenheit 4.33’ will be screened on November 10th at the Strangloscope Festival in Florianopolis, Brazil, as part of the Program “Train of Shadows” curated by Verónica Paz – Oscar Álvarez – Jorge Cappelloni.
Experimental film, Audio and Performance
Rafael Schlichting & Cláudia Cárdenas
Duo Strangloscope’s films are focused entirely on movement, rhythm, and composition, creating a mutant skin.
Duo Strangloscope’s films have been always focused entirely on movement, rhythm, and composition, and we have abandoned the focus on narrative. It is fraught with conscious ambiguities, encourages multiple interpretations, and marshals paradoxical and contradictory techniques and subject-matter to create a work that requires the active participation of the viewer.
Experimental films are films that push the boundaries of conventional film making. The experimental aspect could be new and different ways of working with the camera, using lighting, playing with audio effects, scripting or even acting. We started developing our own experimental films because of our interest in working with digital forms, trying to give them some texture by increasing the use of pixels, enlarging the images in its own digital materiality and then mixing digital with films in order to create a mutant skin.