Harun Farocki - Schnittstelle/Interface (1995)

This video was derived from an installation Farocki made for the Lille Museum of Modern Art, about his own work and working methods. Farocki sits behind his editing stations and describes and illustrates his ways of working, the difference between film and video, working with found footage vs filming new material. As most of his films, it is thus a reflection on how we see or how we mediate, but reflected back upon his own work. He shows fragments of his previous films and analyses and contextualises them anew juxtaposing them as he did in other two-channel installations as I Thought I was Seeing Convicts and Eye/Machine.

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