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Music For A Missing Film, Luciano Zubillaga, 35mm, 4K, 3K, HD, H264 and DV, Colour and B/W, Sound, 29 min, UK, 2009. Luciano Zubillaga’s Music For A Missing Film, traces the spiritual and material remnants of the lost film El Huerco made in Venezuela in 1964, through exploring the aesthetics of film restoration, reconstruction and montage in the context of a fading collective memory. The surviving stills from the film along with the original classical score provide a foundation for which Zubillaga creates a complex world of loss, remembrance and interrogation. Luciano Zubillaga recently exhibited work at the Buenos Aires International Film Festival, the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art and at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. He was born in Argentina and lives and works in London. DVD 2 includes the featurette 'Interview with Luciano Zubillaga" with Helen De Witt and Andrew Fisher, directed by Gordon Shrigley.
|Date Published||13 Oct 2010|
|Publisher||Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory|