ORWO is an excellent yet inexpensive 16mm film stock made in Eastern Germany and used by many experimental filmmakers in the past. The film you see here is one Imade in 1972. The surface is easily marked. I scratch off the photographic image with a needle then sweep away the emulsion dust. I record this using a microscope with a USB connection, also inexpensive.
9th—18th January 2015
Sun 11 Jan 2015
ICA CINEMA 1
We celebrate all things filmic and older formats in this programme of experimental work. Films that draw on the retro look of super-8 and 16mm screen alongside re-appropriated images