Crater-Lab presents "Note To Self", a programme of 16mm films by Nazli Dinçel about psychosexuality, that she just presented at the FOCUS section in the FIDMarseille festival. Turkish filmmaker Nazly Dinçel will be present to talk about the programme and about her enquiry on psychosexuality and filmic matter.
An evening of visceral and provocative handmade films that explore bodies, acts of the solitary, text, language, visual information and personal exposure. Nazli Dinçel’s work reflects on experiences of disruption. She records the body in context with arousal, immigration, dislocation and desire in juxtaposition with the medium’s material: texture, color and the passing of emulsion. Her use of text as image, language and sound attempts the failure of memory and her own displacement within a western society.
David Domingo (Valencia, 1973), also known as Davidson or Stanley Sunday, began his career filming and editing in VHS with a Panasonic camera and video player. These were appropriation re-montages or short stories filmed at home, featuring his sister Alba Domingo (also known as Alba Lavada, Vomitoni or Albon’s) and his grandmother Josefa Fernández. After the death of the latter, he started working with Super-8 and filmed La mansión acelerada, a neogay epic inspired by the myth of turning the house upside down in the parents’ absence, as done by Joel Goodsen’s character in Risky Business.