FILMBASE - VIDEO vs CINEMA 16 mm PERFORMANCE
Riojim & Lionel Palun
In a genuine gesture of instrumentist, Filmbase develops a set of rythm and texture research, visual and sound compositions, which gives enter to a new substance...
Lionel Palun defined is work as electro-video. In Filmbase he does not use prepared image, he refilm ligth sent by Riojim. From the software he has developed, he worked in direct image by filtering feedback, delay and movements.
Riojim feeds the equation with his 16 mm films projections. Images are shot and processed at Atelier MTK, a cinema laboratory (processing, optical printer, editing) for artists.
Riojim projecteur 16 mm
Lionel Palun video-invidere ware
Festival 340 m/s- Maison Folie de Moulin- Lille (F)
Mujanhyang Festival - National Museum of Contemporary Arts - Séoul (KR)
Artspace Donquixote - Suncheon (KR)
Corner Theater - Busan (KR)
Festival Le Bruit de la Musique- Poitiers - Saint-Silvain-sur-Toulx (F)
Planetarium - Poitiers (F)
Magouf - Oblo undeground festival - Lausanne (CH)
Festival On n'arrive pas les mains vides- Villard-Reculas (F)
Le 102 - Grenoble (F)
Festival Electrochoc - SMAC Les Abattoirs - Bourgoin-Jallieu (F)
ESAG - Grenoble (F)
Les Voutes - Paris (F)
Horse Baazar - Melbourne (AU)
Institute of Modern Art – Brisbane (AU)
inbetweenspaces !Metro Arts – Brisbane (AU)
Now Now The Red Rattler theatre – Sydney (AU)
Philip Carter Auditorium – Christchurch (NZ)
NONE gallery – Dunedin (NZ)
New Zealand Film Archives – Wellington (NZ)
Le 102 - Grenoble (F)
Gare du Nord, with Nick Didkovsky quartet - Basel (CH)
Riojim runs the Atelier MTK in Grenoble where he teaches DIY film processing, contact and optical printing and editing.
He is particularly attracted to abstract animation, the pleasure of physically modifying images on the film via twisted and other chemical treatments frowned on by professional labs. He pushes the possibilities of the emulsion to the edge.
The material produced in the laboratory becomes a work of improvisation integrating all the parameters of projection. By means of prepared projectors, he applies severe treatment to the projector and plays with the film and the homemade optical sound on film to create a real visual music.