Comprising both contemporary and archive images from across Asia and Europe, Human Frames presents a series of ten film programs examining the human condition through experimental film and video art. Focusing on ten emotional states, namely melancholy, fear, anger, fanaticism, isolation, madness, euphoria, courage, desire, and mono no aware, it depicts the timeless and universal range of human tempers that lay beyond national, social and cultural affiliations.
Human Frames will feature artists and curators from both Asia and Europe. Films and artworks are selected by independent guest curators, such as Adam Pugh (U.K.), Masayo Kajimura (Germany/Japan), Victric Thng (Singapore) and artistic consultant François Michaud (France). Presented by Lowave (France), co-presented by The Substation Moving Images and supported by Singapore’s Asia-Europe Foundation.
Human Frames is on from Feb. 17 to 20 at The Substation Theatre (45 Armenian Street, +65 6337 7535). Tickets at S$5 and S$7 from The Substation Box Office. Contact Mish’aal at +65 6337 7800 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For screening schedules, log on to www.substation.org. For more information about Human Frames visit hframes.wordpress.com.