Moving Picture Show by Jürg Lehni07/05/2012
Across the globe, analogue projections are being given up in favor of digital movie projections in cinemas, a move which is making the 35mm film format and the equipment used to produce and screen this film more and more obsolete. Moving Picture Show which is part of the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival, "re-appropriates a process normally used by the film industry to etch subtitles into the emulsion layer of 35mm film using a high-powered precision laser. By etching away the emulsion, only the clear base of the film remains. Projected onto the screen, the lines appear bright and clear."
During the festival the Jesuits Chapel is set to be transformed into a workshop, where the conception, production and projection of a series of short films produced in this way will be created. Several designers and artists including David Reinfurt, Karl Nawrot, Konstantin Grcic, Triin Tamm and more are set to collaborate. Moving Picture Show opens May 26th, running through to June 10th, 2012.
Source - Manystuff