|306||2016. 05. 01||10:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9||EK15|
|523||2016. 05. 03||14:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9||EK15|
|818||2016. 05. 06||14:00||Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema||EK15|
This is a contemplative essay film on life, death, and loss. New York-based mutimedia artist and musician, Laurie Anderson is the director and narrator of the film. Centered on her dog Lolabelle who died four years ago, the film talks about the world, human, and philosophy. Separate elements are interwined with simple narrative and media experiments. By using her artistic talents, Anderson presents a collage of 8mm home movie on her childhood, animation, words, letters, photos, and paintings by arranging them with autoassociative memory. The film shows how we put together different pieces of life. As her thought of Lolabelle develops, it becomes an avatar to perceive diverse mysteries of life. Her adaption of freewheeling journal style shows new kinds of narrative and style. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||Dan JANVEY, Laurie ANDERSON|
|Cinematography||Laurie ANDERSON, OZAWA Toshiaki|
|Editor||Melody LONDON, Katherine NOLFI|
Born in 1947, USA. Obtained an MFA in sculpture from?Columbia University. American experimental?performance artist, composer, musician and film director. She has published 5 books, released 7 music albums and directed 7 films and TV show. She is known for her multimedia presentations and innovative use of technology. In 2007 she received the prestigious The Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize for her contribution to the arts.
Laurie Anderson was confronted with the deaths of her mother, her partner Lou Reed and her dog. All three are present in this highly personal essay about life, love, death and language.