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Mount Analogue
A performance of experimental sound + 16mm film from the Sahara desert




Terra Long and Gil Delindro

Thursday 19th November 2015. 7.30 - 8.30pm. Free to those who have already booked for Another Art World is Possible, otherwise no.w.here associate members: Free / £3 Members, Students & Unwaged / £5 non-members. To book please follow this link
no.w.here associate members: Free / £3 Members, Students & suggested donation for unwaged / £5 non-members. To book please follow this link


After a two month residency in the Sahara Desert, as part of The Weight of Mountains program, Gil Delindro and Terra Long present a multidisciplinary piece that merges the experimental film processes of Terra with the organic sound explorations of Delindro.

Mount Analogue is the result of several experiments exposing 16mm film in the vast arid fields of the Sahara, as well as alternative methods of amplifying and working sound as a physical component in landscape.

Terra Long
Terra a Toronto based experimental and documentary filmmaker. Her works have screened at film festivals, micro cinemas, and galleries all around the world. She is member of Film Farm and has an extensive practice with analog formats of film.

Gil Delindro
Gil is an a awarded multidisciplinary artist focused on the conflictual relationship between ego and nature.. Through an extensive cross-border practice, tracing film, sound, installation, performance and theatre, his work offers a unique detailed bridge between mediums, often facing concepts such as animism, time, memory, contamination and post digital conflicts.
A member of collectives such as Srosh ensemble, Sonóscopia (Porto), Altes Finamzamt (Berlin) - his work has been presented from several isolated rural areas to festivals and venues in New York, Toronto, São Paulo and Europe extensively.

" Like the transcendentalists, seeks to understand the human experience through solitary communion with nature(…) everyday sounds into oceanic swells that swept across the room."
Jonathan Bruce on Canadian magazine MUSICWORKS




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