M O U N T A N A L O G
Mount Analogue is the result of several experiments exposing 16mm film in the vast arid fields of the Sahara, as well as alternative methods of working with contact print sound.
Gil Delindro and Terra Jean Long combine a site specific 16mm analog recording in a media performance. While in residency at Sahara Desert, 150 meters of 16mm virgin film is partially submerged under the summit of a dune, allowing the moon light, wind and sand grains to subtlety contact print the analog film. This action was collaboratively taken in a large dune location at Sahara. The film was later developed in London at No.w.here film studio. The resulting material was shown in a live performance where both image and sound are manipulated in real time, creating a one time action that combines a site specific analog film practice with contact print processed Sound.
This project had the collaboration of filmmakers Morgan Tams and Jean-Jacques Martinod.
Site Specific / Media Performance, 16mm processed film, 16mm processed sound.
No.whe.re gallery London 2016