‘Welcome to applied fiction’, from Jean Pierre-Bekolo
Collaboration in Jean-Pierre Bekolo’s film exhibition ‘Welcome to applied fiction’ at SAVVY Contemporary (Berlin) during Berlinale Film Festival 2016.
Develeopment of 3 pieces for the exhibition:
Mining for Minds:
An interactive story about cinema and art funding in Africa where you will become a filmmaker from Cameroon that needs to find funding for his next movie.
By following the steps, you have to make different decisions that will allow you to discover different socioeconomics issues that appear during the process, learning about the cinema world behind the camera with a interactive read based in Jean-Pierre Bekolo’s texts.
Graphic design by David Galar.
Interactive GIF Capture
Interactive installation based in the concepts of ‘cinema of everyday’ and ‘cinema with everything’ where the user can leave a bit of herself by siting in front of a computer and capturing a 3 second animated GIF – smallest and most popular form of cinema lately – , that will automatically become part of a projected mosaic of tiny videos projected in a wall, as an art piece.
Interactive archive of Bekolo’s unknown and unreleased material. Displayed as a tag cloud based in the concepts of the material shown, the user can click and discover the different videos in the archive.