A sequence of likely urban architecture is represented from a long running-shot, doubled in a mirror effect. In this video, only the floating architectures are visible: that creates a landscape which seems real and impossible, at the same time.
- Andrea Gorla
- Maurizio Barcella
Creating a vision which is, both a dialectical and essential analysis of reality and a look on it as a dynamic entity: a system in progress and open to every solution. This video puts together two antithetical ideas: representing and hiding.
Our work is moving along an ideal border-line, the one of meaning, which articulates the difference between possibility and impossibility, between movement and pose (pause).
Flatform is a group of artists founded in 2006 and based in Milan and Berlin. The group works on video, video installations and mobile installations. Works by Flatform have been featured in several film festivals all over the world such as IFF Rotterdam, Nouveau Cinema Montreal, Venice Film Festival, Melbourne Film Festival and in many exhibitions in museums and institutions including, among others, the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus Ohio and the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Awards: Screen Festival 2008 in Oslo; 25FPS 2009 in Zagreb; Lago Film Festival 2010 in Revine Lago. Their latest short film THAT WHICH IS TO COME IS JUST A PROMISE (2019) premiered at the 51st edition of Directors’ Fortnight.