past video projects & experimental films

kiss

This video is about love. It was part of the installation and performance “Venus in the fir tree” from my Bulgarian friend and artist Elitsa Velikova from Bulgaria.

Concept & Directing | Elitsa Velikova

Camera, Composition & Sounddesign | me

© 2013

 

Haftreibwerte & Verdrängungsräume

Multimedia Installation

Elitsa Velikova (Bulgarien) und Carla Zamora(Österreich) haben eigens für Kunst im Bad ein gemeinsames Ausstellungskonzept entwickelt und versuchen damit die unterschiedlichen Herangehensweisen ihres Kunstschaffens zu vereinen. Ausgangspunkt ihrer Arbeit war die Fliese, ein scheinbar alltäglicher, banaler Gegenstand, der jedoch in undenkbar vielen Räumen in größerer Zahl eingesetzt wird – meist dort, wo sich mehrere Menschen aufhalten. Und wo sich Menschen aufhalten, werden Geschichten erzählt. In einer multimedialen Installation wird eine filmisch dokumentarische Sammlung von diversen gefliesten Räumlichkeiten und dort gefundenen Objekten gezeigt. Letztere eröffnen zu den Bildern der Videoinstallation eine zusätzliche erzählerische Ebene.

http://w3.khg.jku.at/KiB/130304_velikova_zamora.htm

© 2013

Flotando

Usually Flamenco dancers are accompanied by guitar music and emotional chant. In this short experimental dance video the characteristic movements, rhythms, body parts and noises by a typical flamenco dance are reveiled.

Directing, Camera, Editing | me

Dancer, Choreography | Alba Puentes Aragon

Light, Assistant, Photography | Julia Fromm julifro.net

©2013

zigünrläba (west-austrian dialect, meaning ‘gipsy life’)

This short documentary film is about the crane engineer Andreas, who is most of his time traveling and can hardly stay at home because of his job. Andreas tells us about his work, about his mixed feelings towards his job and the importance of having a home base where he can return to.

(sorry there are no English subtitles)

©2012

heimwärts – meaning homewards – is a little music video which I realized quite spontaneously. In winter 2012, the first time I went back from my home in Linz to my hometown in Vorarlberg was kind of a special experience. I had my camera with me, so I filmed out of the window almost all the time. Staring out of a train’s window is always kind of hypnotic, but I realized that many things changed, although my trip lasted only about 4 hours- daylight, houses, weather, landscape. At this time I realized the difference between going home and coming home.

video & music by me

©2011