In his experimental video work, scenographer and filmmaker Sebastian Brameshuber (AT) has a sharp eye for human relations and socio-political issues
In, Over & Out consists of a number of meticulously placed shots, recorded by 12 cameras from different technological periods (from 16:9 and 4:3 through to digital format). In this way, the video forms a journey through the history of the moving image. The diverse cameras and standpoints repeatedly give new layers of meaning to the material.
For his backdrop, Brameshuber selected Le Fresnoy, the renowned French art school – and production house – with the students in attendance as his protagonists. The video offers a commentary on immaterial labour in today's world. In, Over & Out is moreover a modern tribute to one of the very first films ever made: Workers Leaving the Factory (1895, the Lumière brothers).
AT, FR | 2015 | 10 min
► On Wednesday April 27th at 8 pm, we organise a collective viewing moment. We introduce the film and provide food. Feet under the table, eyes on the screen. http://beursschouwburg.be/en/event/147142/all/#!147900