Director: Eric Ostrowski
Year: 2006
Time: 14 mins
Music: Eric Ostrowski
Eye of Sound: A film in five different sections, each containing a different soundscape by Ostrowski. Hand painted film, intense exposure, morphing textures and shapes into a seamless whole; geometrical games sabotaging themselves; and the incessant lure of the abstract paint drift. The soundscapes, of course, build up like fountains of picture, oscillating between contemplative sculptures with electronically manipulated strings and harsh noise attacks on our senses. Despite the use of sound as a central filmic element, Cyanonide stands as a proof of the enduring influence of Brakhage on american avant-film.

1 comment:

  1. It is mindblowing, the combination of the sound and the images is perfect, thanks for this masterpiece.