OJOBOCA & Klara Ravat

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On the evening of Thursday, November 26 the works of Klara Ravat and the OJOBOCA collective will be screened at the facilities in the Goethe Institut of Barcelona. This activity advertised with the explicit title of Experimental analogue film projections is part of the activities organized on the occasion of the sixty years of the Goethe Institut in Barcelona. Klara Ravat presents a selection of works on film (super 8 and 16 mm) ranging from collage of abstract forms to impressionism with a feminist background, passing through both visual and olfactory perceptual games. Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzalez Monroy, from OJOBOCA will offer a set of films that are born from filmic experimentation, implemented by hand during the filming and developing processes, to propose a session entitled Horrorism for beginners, beginners for horrorism, revealing participatory psychological concerns.

Co-organized by Albert Alcoz.


18h: Klara Ravat

- Rotterdam (2010) 16mm, b&w, 2:53 min, silent
- Ai mi! (2012) 16mm, colour, 1:27 min, silent
- Transformation (2014) 16mm, colour, 3:20, digital sound
- Pixel Jungle (2015) 16mm - colour- silent - 3 min
- Tell me about it (2015) 16mm to video - colour- 2:22 min - digital sound
- The Sea of Shame (2015) 16mm to video - colour- 6:13 min - digital sound
- Railway (2015) Video - colour- 15 min - digital sound
- Odio a Freud (2015) S8 - colour- digital sound - 3 min
- Petrichor 16mm, Super 8 & smell, colour, 13 min, digital sound

21h: OJOBOCA (Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy)

- Gente perra (2014, 16 mm, 25 min, colour/b&w, sound)
- Wolkenschatten (2014, 16 mm, 17 min, colour, sound)
- Now I Want To Laugh (2014, 16 mm, 15 min, colour, sound)
- Apocalypse For You (2014, 16 mm, 20 min, colour, sound)

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Thursday, November 26, 2015 - 18:00
  • Roger de Flor, 224
    08025   Barcelona
    41° 24' 2.8512" N, 2° 10' 12.7128" E