An Inifinte Scream – The Documentary: Trailer
How did you make this? Where do you get all your ideas? Why are you working with salt? And what is a Tokoloshe Trap?
Did you ever wonder about these things when you see my art? Well, this time you are lucky and soon you will get some answers.
We have made a documentary film about my latest land art project ‘…and I sensed and infinite scream passing through the Namib’. It gives you a great behind-the-scene glimpse into the project and an insight how I work and think.
You can join me in the exciting journey from the making of the artworks, the thoughts behind them, the challenges along the way and finally the exhibition. It is a personal portrait as much as a film about the art and its role in society.
Until we can finally publicly release the film, you can already view the trailer and check out the film’s webpage. It will give you a taste of what to expect in the full documentary once it is released. Do not forget to sign up for the blog to find out when and where it will be screened. (I will also keep you updated here.)
A great thank you, to filmmaker and my partner Steffen Holzkamp for the excellent work and the super-cool film. I am really looking forward to sharing the full film with everybody soon.
i am so looking forward to seeing the whole film! love your trailer. beautiful energy.
big hug dear friend xxx
Thank you Jutta – yes, I cannot wait myself to show the film to everybody. We hope to be able to show it in Namibia at the end of this year. Big hug to you too! xx
It is a very exciting project fo make the inherent coherent of your different works visible: the endangerment of the desert/world and the need to protect it against any robber economy. The starter is very good: it awakens interests in getting to know more about it. Ute
Ute, great that it has awoken your interest. And thank you for your thoughts and support. Soon the german overvoice will be finished and then we will present a small private screening in Berlin. We will definitely let you know! Liebe Grüsse, Imke
Thank you Carl!