Gheith Al-Amine

Experimental film | Liban | 16 mm | 16:9 | color | mono | 2011 | 2'  03"
30 €

Screening Copy: DVD
This stop motion video fools around with over-intellectual conceptual Art which dissociates humor and wit, unveiling it's obsoleteness, through the use of a canvas, one black acrylic tube, one white acrylic tube, a human voice, a Melodica, a pocket trumpet, lots of Gibberish and a self-referential phrase!


Director: Gheith Al-Amine

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