experiment / animal / animality / autonomy
How to overcome the locked-in syndrome of the computer screen? A meditative reflection on the urban jungle with the color blue as the main protagonist. Blue is a part of Ann OREN's video journals, a short video series responding to media culture and Instagram specifically with the square format, often starring animals.
The color 'blue,' such as blue light, blue sound, and blue emotions, is metabolized into a sensuous image through audio-visual, and changes in various ways to complete a poetic rhythm. This 'blue' image that permeates everyday life is further layered through the blue screen installed outside the window. The blue that redefines space and evokes meaning keeps spreading. A simple and powerful essay film. [LIM Ohjeong]
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Ann OREN (b.1979, Tel-Aviv) lives/works in Berlin and Tel-Aviv. Her films and video installations explore the performative quality of everyday life. The characters in her films exist in the liminal space between performers and audience as she investigates collective desire. Her work’s presentations include The Moscow Biennial for Young Art, The Hammer Museum, The Tel-Aviv Museum, Anthology Film Archives, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage, Dok Leipzig and Locarno.
Ann OREN / firstname.lastname@example.org