Screening 3

Saturday, 17 July, 4pm

Kinesthesia Festival is about the way we perceive the moving image – seeing through the body. Screenings will start with a guided ‘invitation’ to tune into the sensory capacity of the body.
For those attending online, there will be three pre-recorded invitations: Sight, Sound, and Touch. Feel free to combine them with any screening.

Film still from WHITE CANE by Bo Lee. Close up of a black man washing his face.


Bo Lee, Germany / Republic of Korea / Kenya, 2017, 08:16

One day as I woke up, I couldn’t see anything. The whole world turned out black. Your voice becomes silence and light becomes darkness.
I asked questions each day, where are you? where am I?

And I suddenly started to touch the world, and I found my vocabulary.

Touch it. See it. and Feel it.

Film still from the moon rises in four parts by Michaela Gerussi & Tracy Valcarel. Person in motion in foreground of seaside landscape at dusk.

the moon rises in four parts

Michaela Gerussi and Tracy Valcarcel, Canada, 2019, 10:00

The moon rises in four parts is a site-specific short film taking place over four days in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. Documenting a dialogue between a body and its environment, we trace the daily progression of the low tide and it’s incremental shifts at Five Islands Provincial Park.

Film still from Canis Major by Charli Brissey. Red striped background, two figures drawn in white marge into one another.

Canis Major

Charli Brissey, United States, 2019, 10:00

An artist suffering from server writers block relies on the friendship of their dog in this multi-genre sci-fi short. Based on many true stories, this video-animation hybrid ruminates the relationship between dancing and earthly survival at the “end of the world”

Film still from Chickadee by Chan Sze-Wei. Upward angle of tall residential buildings, with a pair of legs pointing towards the blue sky, wearing black converse trainers.


Chan Sze-Wei, Singapore, 2018, 03:22

At the height of summer in Macau, earth turns into sky.

Film still from LIQUID PATH by Filomena Rusciano. Blurred image of black and orange lines moving towards the left, on beige background.


Filomena Rusciano, Italy, 2013, 04:00

Wore the dress courage, migrant’s hope floats restless in the sea as a crammed message in a bottle that runs on uncertain trajectories.

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