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From Diego Marcon’s website:


“Filmed into the house of a hunter and clockmaker, the video is composed of a sequence of fixed frames pointed at the enormous number of images piled in his rooms: paintings, prints, photographs, little statues, knick-knacks. Through the use of a rigorous linear structure and a careful work on the sound, the video activates in the viewer an imaginative process able to reanimate each single image into a new, possible narration: the gaze is intended as a responsible act, as a powerful tool able to carve the real and to unfold its deepest dimension.”

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