Distorted memories from an imaginative zone known as “Oneiria”.
In our high-tech world, unpredictable behaviour from technology is often perceived as negative. These glitches however, a.k.a. ‘the ghost in the machine’, can be a starting point to expand the possibilities of image production in the digital age.
Oneiria uses datamoshing, a technique in which digital video images are deliberately made unstable, and found footage in different formats (digital HD, VHS, Super 8, …) is literally used as paint, smearing images to create painterly, abstract, dreamlike landscapes.
Contains sounds from the freesound.org database, from users Raymonster, Jovica, Speedenza, ERH, ReadeOnly, Klankbeeld, Timbre, Cognito Perceptu.
License: Creative Commons BY-NC (Attribution Noncommercial) 3.0
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1985 | Hasselt, Belgium
Jeroen Cluckers is a video artist and experimental filmmaker. He creates audiovisual dreamscapes that explore, question and transform the boundaries between fiction and reality, cinema and painting, image and imagination.
His work has been exhibited in more than 30 countries worldwide, at festivals and venues like FILE Festival, The Hermitage Museum, CURRENTS New Media, VIDEOFORMES, Kasseler Dokfest, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Internationale Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg, Athens Digital Arts Festival and ISEA.
Lives in Ghent, Belgium. +info