Experiencing Interruptions?

Tiger Fun

From a selection of bits of dialogue, it explores the possibilities of handling them, to tell a new story. The result, is a version where images appear completely distorted, being subject to the voiced speech.

Exercise test film to explore the concept of multiversion and film recycling, starting from a disorderly mass of fragments of the film, then placing a piece with another, trying to develop them forward in unison, trying to invent plausible allusions, trying to find some truth in illusion and the reverie.
Confronting or approaching some phenomena that are sometimes subject to rigorous detachment due to the narrative, looking for a utopia copy.

  • Emilio Ibañez
  • Lourdes Chesa
  • Emilio Ibañez
  • Lourdes Chesa
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Tiger Fun
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  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 30, 2014
  • Production Budget:
    100 EUR
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    Black & White
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  • BANG 2015
    May 29, 2015
    Spain Premiere
    Special jury selection
Director Biography - Emilio Ibañez, Lourdes Chesa

Dori & Grey. Lourdes Chesa (1970) and Emilio Ibáñez (1974), Spain. Bachelor of Fine Arts (School of San Carlos, Valencia) and a BA in Art History (UNED). We explore different territories for audiovisual experimentation, highlighting among others, the documentary video project "The Guinea" (2005, curated by Juan de Nieves), "Gaiata Peregrina" (2007, intervention in public space with Antoni Miralda and Alicia Rios ), the multidisciplinary collaborative project "Descacharrada Movie" (2013, with musician Joaquín Pascual), the selected video installation for the XXIII edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair 2014 ArteSantander "continuous field of binary tensions" or draft performance live Video for Mercromina band (2014).

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Director Statement

Our artistic proposal explores the different uses or messages that can generate sounds and images.

The sound regarded as the basis of aesthetic and personal interest for imaging and privileged links with viewers (users) and artistic production.

We practice the appropriation, reassembly and manipulation of the sounds and images. This appropriation is more than the sum, it’s not the mere physical substance of the component parts, creates a whole new body. We are recyclers in search of a new version, a new reality, a different meaning. We seek to generate new "space" from scraps and / or ashes.

We think the world is overpopulated of sounds and images, but often go unnoticed. Reuse it seems largely a reflection on the audiovisual universe that forms the common imagination, approaching new artistic approaches in which to investigate.