A video-art-music installation piece by Laia Cabrera, in collaboration with Erica Glyn and Isabelle Duverger
Spain Art Fest'10 - Times Square Plaza, New York, October 6-7, 2010
"SHIFTING GAZE" IS A FILM AND INSTALLATION CREATED FOR LARGE SCALE OUTDOOR OR INDOOR SPACES THAT SITS SOMEWHERE BETWEEN FILMMAKING, THEATER-DANCE, DIGITAL ART, MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN.
Shifting Gaze is a film and video-art-music
installation about CHOICE, DESIRE and MEMORY. Conceived and directed by
Laia Cabrera (filmmaker and video-artist) and created in collaboration
with Erica Glyn (music production, composer and singer) and Isabelle
Duverger (photography and graphic animations). The project nature is
based on creative collaboration between different disciplines. Shifting Gaze
looks at our feeling of place and time in its most stripped down state:
simply ‘being’. Hovering on the borders of consciousness, the film is
an exploration of both event and human presence. The strongest principle of growth lies in human choice.
Drawing on the fragments-presence of the body, faces, urban
construction, nature, textures and remains of activity, "Shifting Gaze" takes you to the submerged, the transformed, the no longer visible.
Shiting Gaze trailer presented in all Cemusa displays on Broadway and 7th Avenue