Thousands of flash frames (the defective, superimposed frames in between two different shots of an analogue film camera) from a discarded 35mm Russian film were superimposed onto each other ten times, un-framing their original spatiality and temporality into one noisy concurrence of time and space layers, in which nothing but pictorial traces, gestures, blur and darkness remains.
single channel video installation
Collaboration with Scott Cazan
16 min, 35mm
© Jana Papenbroock, 2012
Artist’s Television Access, San Francisco, 2013
Feed Soundspace, Berlin, 2012