Filmverkstaden

Event archive

2017

2017-03-18
Sound and Image: Camera ILLUMINATA-work in anabasis

2017-02-25
Animationsdagarna

2017-02-04
Sound and Image: John Grzinich - transduction twentyfifteen

2016

2016-12-29
Pekko Käppi, Tomutonttu, Soundi Mozard & The Bodybuilderz

2016-10-08
An evening with Dagie Brundert

2016-10-08
Yummy Soup EKO Film Workshop

2016-10-06
Pinhole EKO Photo Workshop

2016-06-06
Stormvind Animationsläger 2016

2016-04-21
SUPERMARKET Art Fair

2016-03-06
Stormvind Workshop - Ljud-Maskin

2016-02-06
Hand and Machine

2016-02-06
Chromaflex - 16mm

2016-01-23
Xavier Quérel: Quelques minutes de soleil après minuit

2015

2015-11-29
Svart/Vit Fotokurs

2015-11-18
L'Alternativa

2015-10-24
SUPER8 Workshop

2015-10-23
Art..Film..Friday - October FilmFest

2015-10-18
Home Movie Day 2015

2015-10-02
Stormvind Malax 2015

2015-09-06
WTF - Welcome to Finland

2015-09-05
Konstrundan

2015-08-29
Objekti On

2015-08-22
Polish Fandango

2015-08-09
Catalysti meets Filmverkstaden

2015-06-01
Stormvind Malax Filmläger

2015-04-16
SUPERMARKET Art Fair

2015-03-29
Stormvind Malax

2015-03-27
Antti Tolvi + Arttu Partinen + Arvid van der Rijt

2014

2014-12-21
International Short Film Day

2014-11-30
Future Shorts Autumn Season

2014-10-19
Home Movie Day 2014

2014-10-12
Dolphins Into The Future + Monopoly Child Star Searchers

2014-09-15
Future Shorts Summer Season

2014-09-06
Konstrundan

2014-06-02
Sommarkurs i foto

2014-05-24
Future Shorts Spring Season

2014-04-25
Den Arkaiska Rösten

2014-04-13
AAVE Festival

2014-03-21
Stormvind Malax

2014-02-14
SUPERMARKET ART FAIR

2014-02-07
Stormvind Malax

2013

2013-12-15
Future Shorts Autumn Season

2013-11-30
FOTOKURS

2013-10-19
Home Movie Day

2013-10-18
October Filmfest

2013-09-08
Future Shorts Festival

2013-09-07
Konstrundan

2013-08-08
WE MAKE FILM

2013-06-04
Sommarkurs i foto

2013-05-17
DJ kurs + videoklipp

2013-05-11
Fotokurs

2013-04-21
Brunch with Cherry Kino

2013-02-23
Future Shorts Festival

2012

2012-12-14
DJ/VJ workshop

2012-12-07
Friday Afternoon Drink

2012-12-07
Super8 Workshop

2012-11-25
Future Shorts Festival

2012-10-09
@föreningsmässan

2012-06-10
Noah's Archive@Kontaining

2012-03-23
D-I-T audiovisuell klubb för ungdomar

2011

2011-11-11
@Kulturkarnevalen

2011-10-15
@kulturmöten-öppet hus

2011-09-06
D-I-T

2011-08-11
@Konstens Natt: cameraless film workshop

2011-08-08
Ola Ståhl & Cassandra Troyan: F I L M : audio/video-performance

2011-06-06
Filmläger 2011

Hand and Machine

06.02.2016 20:00 - 22:00 h

Filmverkstaden proudly presents

Hand and Machine – Films by Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie (AUS)

Active in film since the late 1980s, Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie have spent the past decade immersed in the materialist tradition of experimental filmmaking — work that tests the absolute limits of the medium itself. Drawing primarily on natural forms and environments as subject matter for their celluloid manipulations — an array of classic and novel in-camera, darkroom, printing, and editing techniques — Tuohy and Barrie create dynamic studies of form, structure, time, and pattern, an approach described as “cine-cubism.” The filmmakers are present and will show a series of 16mm films.

Iron-wood
2009, 7 minuets, 16mm, Richard Tuohy
Iron-wood is an abstract visual exploration of the deeply fissured 'cog-like’ bark of the Australian tree Eucalyptus Sideroxylon – Red Ironbark.

Flyscreen
2010, 8 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy
Flyscreen is a camera-less ‘rayogram’ film, made by layering fly-screen material onto raw 16mm film stock and then exposing to light. The sound heard is the optical sound of the images passing the 16mm optical sound head.

Seoul Electric
2012, 7 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie
A North Asian metropolis. Electricity wires draped like thick webs adorn the street scape. Explosive sparks of colour electrify the frame. Filmed in Seoul in black and white. Colourised during processing using coloured torch light.

Ginza Strip
2014, 9 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie
The Ginza of fable and memory. This is the first film I have finished using the 'chromaflex’ technique that we developed. This is a very much hands on colour developing procedure that allows selected areas of the film to be colour positive, colour negative, or black and white.

Etienne’s Hand
2011, 13 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy
A movement study of a restless hand. Made from one five second shot. Sound constructed from an old French folk tune played on a hand cranked music box.

Blue Line Chicago
2014, 10 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie
Architectural distortions of the second city.

On the Invention of the Wheel
2015, 14 minutes, 16mm, Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie
On man and machine. On the wheel upon which man turns and is turned. On 'homo mehanicus’ – 'machine man’.

Dot Matrix
2013, 16 minutes, 2 × 16mm, Richard Tuohy
Dot Matrix is dual 16mm film involving two almost completely overlapping projected images. The ‘dots’ were produced by photogramming sheets of dotty paper (used for manga illustrations) directly onto raw 16mm film stock. These dots were then contacted printed with ‘flicker’ (alternating black frames) creating strobing 'interruptions’ to the dots. The drama of the film emerges in the overlap of the two projected images of dots. The product they make is greater than the parts. The sounds heard are those that the dots themselves produce as they pass the optical sound head of the 16mm projector.