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  • Film Still

    in cooperation with Nana Thurner, 16 mm, b/w, optical sound, 5:45 min, 2013
    What does the bark of a tree sound like? What does the scale of a fish sound like? Which noises can be extracted from silent images? By contact printing photographic images of different organic structures - from branches to moss to bones - directly onto a 16 mm film, Nana Thurner and Olena Newkryta attempt to examine the relationship between visual material and its sonic transmission. Beginning with the image of messy fur and ending with a clear structure of a skeleton, Film Still composes a rhythmic soundtrack of supposedly still organisms as it develops a moving image of supposedly static photographies.