The Institute for Scene Experiments
10 December 22, 1–5 pm
11 December 22, 10 am – 4 pm
Free admission. Limited capacity.
The workshop is for ages 16+
The Institute of Scene Experiments is an ongoing project to investigate the properties, limits and possibilities of cinematic scenes. In the context of Atiéna R. Kilfa’s exhibition The Unhomely at the KW, the Institute stages a two day camera-based workshop experimenting with scenes derived from the works of Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Participants will analyse, deconstruct and reconstitute elements of the scenes for camera, exploring alternative ways of staging narrative, framing, sound, etc.
The workshop aims to reflect on the film crew as a social form, and the generative potential of scenes independent of plot, development and conclusivity. The workshop is a situation for exchanging knowledge around different technical aspects of filmmaking and performance. Anyone with interest or experience with some aspect of these processes is encouraged to participate.