8th June, 7:30 p.m.
Camera Helmet Films from the 70‘s
Taking a cup in your hand, emptying it, holding it under water scrubbing, rinsing, putting it on the draining board, over and over again – all actions that usually happen unconsciously and automatically. Who has ever actually dedicated time to thinking about the task of washing up? Raspé is fascinated by day-to-day tasks, and devotes most of her films to them. The special aspect about her work is the camera perspective, which is provided by her “camera helmet”. Positioned on her head, the camera follows her movements and, in doing so, records the act of washing up.
Der Sadist schlägt das eindeutig Unschuldige, 1971, Super 8, 6 mins, silent
Alle Tage wieder – Let them swing!, 1974, Super 8, 21 mins, silent
Selbstportrait und Vice Versa, 1979, Super 8, 4 mins, silent
Rückprojektion, 1983, Super 8, 18 mins, silent
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attaque(e)r le visible would like to thank the Deutsche Kinemathek for their support.