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Terra Marique, monumentum

  • Julian Soardi
  • Julian Soardi
  • Florian Zambrano Moreno
    Key Cast
  • Sara Zambrano
    Key Cast
  • Julian Soardi
    Key Cast
    Camera and editing
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Terra Marique, monumentum
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 3 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 25, 2022
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  • Language:
    No Dialogue
  • Shooting Format:
    GH5 Panasonic, Digital, FullHD
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Julian Soardi

Julian Soardi is an Italian-Argentine visual artist, born in Gioia del Colle in the province of Bari in 1989. He studied Visual Arts at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts with a specialization in Painting, in Milan, where he still lives and works as a filemaker, performer and visual artist.
His masters, like his artistic training, are articulated and touch various levels of the art sphere, rooted mainly in photography, painting and finally in theater. He has participated in numerous national and international exhibitions, always working on a line of experimentation between artistic languages, approaching the moving image through video installation, video performance, video art, video clips and screen dance.

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Director Statement

The creative process is inspired by the folds of time, where the flow of time expands, becomes suspended and relates to the morphology and anthropology of the landscape.
The lyric of the pictorial image is revealed, remains in the retina of the eye to unfold and become naked to the appearance of things. The image changes in silence, the relationship with it is always ephemeral, with the urgency of having to stop something before it disappears.
Technique is never at the forefront of the creative flow, it is subordinate to the process, it is the image that suggests how it can be worked and through work thought takes shape, with experiments and techniques not always academic or formal.