05.06.13 by Jeff

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image
Richard Mosse talks about shooting his gorgeous new film “The Enclave” in Eastern Congo. The film was shot on 16mm infrared film and will be displayed as an absorbing five-screen video installation. It features music composed by Ben Frost, and cinematography by Trevor Tweeten. It’s currently screening at this year’s Venice Biennale. Who wants to fly me there?

Watch the video below! Incredible stuff.

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • evan

    Aerochrome is a beautiful thing.

    • it really is, i wonder where he gets it from!

  • Guest

    So so stunning! Any idea if this will appear in the UK.?

  • fi dunphy

    So so stunning. Any idea if this installation will be exhibited in the UK..?

    • not sure! if i find more details ill report back here

  • bennici

    for aynone interested in more of this 16mm infrared film, please contact me. i am richard mosses supplier and have a bit of stock left. aerochrome@live.de





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