The Night Forever Unfinished

k.g. Guttman

2007, 12:39 minutes, B&W


The Night Forever Unfinished is a work that uses the 1961 film La Notte by Michelangelo Antonioni as a point of departure. Inserting herself into Antonioni's wide angle cinemascopic shots full of alienation, k.g. explores the empty space and gestures of this historical film.

“The mimic gives the private principle of work a public stage. He constitutes a common stage with what ought to determine the confinement of each to his place.” -
Le Partage du Sensible, Jacques Rancière

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