Martin Moolhuijsen:
The Sound of a Pupil Shrinking
Online screening

Jan 15, 18:30

How long does it take for a pupil to contract and dilate? Stillness in movement and instants in duration flicker and mingle in this black and white film, structuring a rigorous dance of metrical proportions that explores rhythmical structures applied to video and consequently to the eye. 

An attempt of a description of an impossible synesthesia of light and sound. But in the end, it is just another video about pixels. 

BIO: Martin Moolhuijsen is an Italian interdisciplinary artist based in Berlin. His work takes the form of installations, fixed-media pieces, conceptual artworks, texts and video and tries to encompass the whole spectrum and potentiality of sound and its peculiarities as expressed by different media.