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  1. Puílha 17 Janeiro 2010 15:33h (Alberte Pagán, 2010)

    Thèse, antithèse et synthèse.

    Image : maison hantée. Passé et present. La vie antérieure vit dans les ruines du présent. Voyage dans le temps. La ligne du temps s’inverse. Simultanéïté des temporalités opposées.

    Son: Une maison hantée par son passé. Extérieur et intérieur. Première partie : les bruits extérieurs avec la temporalité négative et l’image avec une temporalité positive. Deuxième partie : les bruits extérieurs avec la temporalité positive et une image à la temporalité négative. Troisième partie : bruit intérieur avec des temporalités simultanées opposées et l’image avec des temporalités simultanées opposées.


    Thesis, antithesis and synthesis.

    Image: Haunted House. Past and presente. Passed life in present ruins. Time travel. Reversed time line. Simultaneity of opposing temporalities.

    Sound: A house haunted by its past. Outside and inside. First section: outside sound with negative temporality and image with positive temporality. Second section: outside sound with positive temporality and image with negative temporality. Third section: inside sound with simultaneous opposing temporalities and image with simultaneous opposing temporalities.

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  2. Eclipse (Alberte Pagán, 2010)

    Time passes. Life flows. Nature completes a whole cycle of life and death. Eve and Adam reinterpret and correct the myth of the tree of knowledge: the forbidden fruit makes them wise.
    While the earth goes around the sun the camera captures a baroque symphony of light and colour. There is no digital manipulation: all the effects are created analogically by the mechanism of the camera.

    Le temps passe. La vie s’écoule. La nature achève un cycle de vie et de mort. Eve et Adam corrigent le mythe de l’arbre de la connaissance : le fruit défendu qui les rend sage. Symphonie baroque de lumière et de couleur. Il n’y a pas de manipulation numérique : tous les effets ont été créés analogiquement par la caméra.

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  3. A Pedra do Lobo (Alberte Pagán, 2010)

    Nature is cruel. Life is cruel. A silly running away from death, a sillier escaping towards death. A jungle of feelings. There is no perspective in the jungle, no straight lines, no perpendiculars nor horizontality: just a mass of organs and exuberance. Cruel life. The sound of death. The music of death. Nothing is true.

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  4. Faustino 1936 (Alberte Pagán, 2010)

    Faustino is not in the photograph but is the reason of the photograph. Faustino lives and works in Argentina. He will get married, have children, lose his wife, be murdered. Faustino asks his family for a photograph so that he can remember them. His family walks all the way between Cenlhe and Rivadávia to have their portrait taken. The only extant photograph, in Galiza or in Argentina, of the whole family. Except for Faustino. Who is not in the photograph but is the reason of the photograph.

    Faustino n’est pas sur la photo mais c’est la raison de la photographie. Faustino émigre en Argentine. Il va se marier, avoir des enfants, perdre sa femme, être assassiné. Faustino demande que sa famille soit photographiée. L’unique photographie qui nous reste de toute la famille. Mais sans Faustino.

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  5. Outrasvozes (Alberte Pagán, 2011)

    The paramilitary forces were created by law. There is a Republican Law that authorizes the creation of paramilitary armed forces, controled by trade unions. And these days the Congress of the Republic is passing a bill after which the paramilitary will become officers of court.

    Javier Orozco

    In 1995 I had the chance to hear a statement on Chechnya by the Northamerican ambassador in Moscow. He said: “In the USA, when talking about these things, we shouldn’t forget that we also annihilated our Indians in the 19th century.”

    Carlos Taibo

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  6. A quem se lhe conte... (avance)

    A film by Alberte Pagán.

    This is a trailer of the 67' film, which was premiered in the MARCO museum (Vigo, Galiza) as a two-screen installation.

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