Imágenes de ningún lugar
Argentina / 2016 / 21' / International premiere
What do we look at when we observe images of landscapes? What is the relationship between the time of the image and our own experience? What pleasure do we get from contemplating nature? Imàgenes de ningun lugar takes the form of a film essay, combining archive footage, photographs, miniatures, drawings, original filming and an extensive series of citations ranging from Rainer Maria Rilke to Raul Ruiz, to guide us through the work of Ernst Standhardt. He was a German climber and photographer surrounded by an aura of legend, who first photographed the Cerro Torre and Fitz Roy.
An eclectic figure, he is active as a director, photographer and teacher. He has made numerous films, including Civilization, Stock, City of Blind Alchemists and Amidst the Stones Hypnotized by the Moon.
Subtitles: Italian, English