Sunday, April 3, 2011

Oporto apresenta #23

"You don't bring me flowers"
by Michael Robinson
16mm film, color, with optical sound, 8', 2005


Since the beginning of this millennium, Michael Robinson has been making film and video as trigger-objects for basic emotions. His work is a compilation of complex riddles, trails leading to ambiguous regions, places meant for the hard task of feeling. His narratives are deeply sensorial, warranting themselves difficult to translate into words.
Oporto is now presenting the film "You don't bring me flowers", a sublime diving experience into a succession of nostalgic images, centerfold pages from vintage National Geographic magazines.

"on deep image reading and other simmetry laws"


Alexandre Estrela


Friday, April 8, 2011, 10.30 pm

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