To examine artistic choices made by filmmakers, regarding textual space, namely the utilizing of the actor´s thinking process and reaction, I am looking at three scenes by directors Stephen Frears, David Lynch and Marguerite Duras.
Looking at written text and how dialogue can be used as a tool in creating reflective thinking, lifting the narrative up to a level of poetry.
A COLLAB work about the current position of mankind where we are at in the NOW - a comment on that and an exploration of the automatization and the relationship between the human essence and the artificial.
Skin is the membrane that divides inside from outside, what is important and not, what is alive and not. Skin represents the human and at the same time the contrahent to the artificial.
We live in a time where everyone is trying to tell us which world will be the best for us to live in. We want you to tell you.
The listening actor. The thinking actor. The interplace.
This work falls into the area of artistic research, namely the discourse of actors´s text work, exploring cinematic aesthetics concerning gaps and inbetween spaces in character work. Based on the beliefs of connecting through character, and the chiasm created as an interplace for audience and art to meet, artistic choices in acting and directing are explored.
Inviting the gaps is an `essayer´ to make (a space and a) place for poetic art to arrive where a thought script will be explored.
When searching for the entry point, in order to touch the inner walls of the sublime; how does the architecture of script look like - the habitat for sharing - the cathedral of infinity? We are looking at the words and more specifically the gaps, the in-betweens that words create.