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In Lis Rhodes's expanded cinema piece Light Music (1973) two beams of light, thrown by two projectors sitting on the floor facing each other, are made visible by fog created in the room. The patterns they project on the wall - stripes running up and across, white squares, quick flickers - are legible in the throw...
'Does realism have any native counterpart in Asian aesthetics?' With this question the Thailand-based curators Gridthiya Gaweewong and David Teh opened their thematic programme 'Unreal Asia' at the Oberhausen film festival last May...
Is the past 'far away'? Melissa Gronlund reflects on the 56th Oberhausen Short Film Festival's recent programme of films from pre-World War I Europe.