Blake Williams' tripartite, anaglyph found-footage film conflates the aesthetics of 18th- and 19th-century capriccio paintings with the musical structures of Stravinsky and Tchaikovsky’s capriccio compositions.
Playing as part of Wavelengths 2: Something in the Atmosphere
Blake Williams' Red Capriccio is a tripartite, anaglyph found-footage film that conflates the aesthetics of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century capriccio paintings with the musical structures of Stravinsky's and Tchaikovsky's capriccio compositions. Paradoxically atmospheric and slightly diffused, the crescendos and glissandos emanate from this contemporary dystopian vision ignited by a nervy Chevy Caprice police vehicle.
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