B-Movie, Brigittenstrasse 5, 20359 Hamburg Sankt Pauli
The premiere will take place at Germany's oldest and most interesting music film festival in Hamburg.
Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg a vocalist in and about the film:
music and sound art are so much a collective – collaborative form
of art, or a way of living in a spontaneous music process created in
the moment. Looking and listening at different times at all these one
minute short video collages brilliantly conceived and contributed by
all the artists involved convince me that the interconnections
between all these different creative souls is the best part of this
sound/image experience. It makes me think about the fact that there
is no musical or theoretical definition or category in that kind of
musical – artistic practice.
The miniatures show us the musician in action at an unusual angle or with a metaphoric poetic visual alluding to the musical flow.
Her visionary catalyst idea was to offer a carte blanche to these improvisers and artists involved from UK, Germany, Japan, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, etc....
actually works magnificently although Ebba Jahn had no preconceived
ideas about what she preferred to display in her project; mainly a
deep trust in the soulful and subtle energies and visions of the many
performers, musicians, artists and her own video artistic approach
are key to the viewer's experience. The realities and ephemerals of
improvised music and sound flow in unscripted dialogue –
interactive connections with what we see in these fantastic odd 54