Since image technology came into being, visibility has meant night or death, which amounts to the same. The spectral logic, that of the returned dead, runs through all cinematographic images. We turn an impossible gaze to the screen, in the darkness seeing stark images, phantasms, traumas, incisions, cuts that can run through body and eye. In this respect, the cinematographic experience was foretold, dreamed of, long before the strictly technical invention of the camera and the projector, as in the spectacles that used scientific knowledge, cinematic illusionism and sound effects, creating phantasmagorical and spectral representations, ectoplasms that frightened the audience.
- Vargtimmen - After a Scene by Ingmar Bergman, Georg Tiller, Àustria, 2010, vídeo, 6 min
- Night Sweat, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Àustria, 2008, 35 mm, 9 min
- Quando l’occhio trema, Paolo Gioli, Itàlia, 1989, 16 mm, sense so, 18 min
- Traumatografo, Paolo Gioli, Itàlia, 1973, 16 mm, 25 min
- Spectrology, Kerry Laitala, Estats Units, 2009, 16 mm, 11 min
- Phantogram, Kerry Laitala, Estats Units, 2009, 16 mm, 9 min
- Entstehung von Wirbeln bei in Wasser bewegte Körpern, O. Tietjens i L. Prandtl, Alemanya, 1925, 35 mm, 10 min