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In ONES VANISHING POINT the audience is drawn into a world of strong visual movement, where we lose our sense of gravity and direction. The inseparable relationship between the interior and exterior is tested. The 7-minute video installation dives under the skin of brutalist architecture where echoes of mankind linger.
More news and developments from us on our ONES collaboration soon straight from Japan @AnnePointNL !
ONES COUNTERPOINT depicts the inner voice of a haunted woman by crawling under her moving skin. The interior and exterior are brought together by the three elements of water, wind and earth. As the lines between movement and manipulation blur, the woman’s calm facade cracks, revealing something dark and mysterious that makes its way to the surface.
In ONES COUNTERPOINT Anne Verheij (NL) and Miku Tsuchiya (Japan) cross the vast distance between the UK and Japan via internet to make their second diptych (the first being nominated at LSFF 2017 for Best Experimental Short Film). Their two individually created contemporary dance films, made from the same footage, are juxtaposed on a single screen where the soundtrack, especially created out of the field recordings they made in the UK and Japan, bring them together.
We are excited to announce we are an official selection of the 14th London Short Film Festival! ONES is part of the New Shorts: Experiments: Leftfield + Luscious program.
Get yourself some tickets and come to experiment with us and many others at the start of the new year!
@ LSFF #14
Date: 8 January 2017
Time: 6.30 pm
Tickets:ICA, Cinema 1, London
ONES a film by Anne Verheij & Miku Tsuchiya
Across the former pedestrian tunnels of Elephant & Castle the individual’s rhythm beats amidst the pulse of the restless city.
Yesterday Harriet Latham and I dived back into the physical part of our summer collaboration.
Over the past couple of months we have been filming, watching and talking about our collaboration and now we are back to filming.
One of the key points in this research is the trust that we have in each other and each others work approach. The space this creates for our individual and dual growth is fascinating and encouraging. It takes our work process to the next level where we have the freedom to try new things.