Aletsch is the longest and largest glacier of the Alps. Glaciologists predict that by the end of this century most glaciers in the Alps will have disappeared and only bits of Aletsch will remain. ALETSCH NEGATIVE offers a sensory and visually compelling experience as well as a double reflection on the nature of the moving image, it's relation to still image and to time. Animation is used to accelerate and make the ineluctable process more visible. A journey to the center of the glacier.
Language: Without dialogue
A Swiss artist and filmmaker since 1991, she studied at the National School for Photography in Arles, France. Her work, exhibited internationally, is mostly concerned with architecture and the transformation of urban and social landscape. She is associated professor at the University of Art and Design in Lausanne. She currently lives and works between Berlin and Switzerland.
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