By Gunilla Leander
A Video installation for three screens with computer controlled sound.
Premiered at Färgfabriken, Stockholm 16 April - 15 May 2005
Presented at BAC - Baltic Art Center, Visby 24 February - 21 April 2006
» See extract from All Under video installation
Video installation: Gunilla Leander
Sound installation: Edvard Graham Lewis
Director of Photography: Ulf Aneer
Cast: Therese Bramsén, Kajsa Engblom, Thomas Engblom, Christian Hedlund, David Hertz, Åsa Mattsson
Technical engineers: Petter Feltenstedt, Sebastian Sjögren, Tore Nilsson, Richard Sporrong
Gaffer: Leif Grandell
Special thanks to: Marie-Louise Ekman, Jens Fischer, Eberhard Höll
» Press release from Färgfabriken (in Swedish)
» Press release from BAC (in Swedish)
» konsten.net (in Swedish)
» Gotlands Tidningar 24 februari 2006 (in Swedish)
» Gotlands Allehanda 24 Februari 2006 (in Swedish)
» Gotlands Allehanda 8 mars 2006 (in Swedish)
» Artikel i Helsingfors tidningen Hufvudstadsbladet 2006 av Nalle Valtiala (in Swedish)
• Inrikes nr1 2006
• Dagens Nyheter
23 april 2005
The video project All Under includes a short film and a video installation.
My intention with this video project has been to describe energy processes. The films show under-water scenes with naked bodies, men and women, struggling, fighting, colliding, attracting and putting each other away. But by neglecting them being people and instead consider them as matter, I have wanted to see if human beings, behavioural patterns, can be looked upon within existing physical laws.
Particle physics and chaos theories have been my basis and I have tried to find patterns of movements and standards for attraction and repellation. Obviously they are people under water but they also become something else. I believe that my cold attitude towards the material, the none personified bodies, have opened up too many interpretations of the work.
Stiftelsen Längmanska Kulturfonden
The Royal University College of Fine Arts, Stockholm
Special Thanks to:
Pioneer Scandinavia, UpSize Rental AB, Luthman Scandinavia
Färgfabriken, Stockholm 2005
» BAC - Baltic Art Center
© Gunilla Leander