Black refers to black as the core component of the visual and is an ode to darkness. When the lights go out, the auditorium and the screen become one in a boundless space. The screen, the auditorium and the audience share a sudden invisibility. An experience at once personal and collective.
Anouk De Clercq was born in Belgium in 1971. She completed her film studies at the Saint Lucas Art Academy in Brussels. Her creative work focuses on possibilities for creating new worlds using the language of computers. Her work has been presented at the Tate Modern, the Centre Pompidou, and the International Film Festival in Rotterdam, among other places.
2001 Motion for Stockhausen (short)
2004 Kernwasser Wunderland/Nuclear Water Wonderland (short, co-dir.)
2009 400 Blows (short)
2010 Oh (short)
2015 Czarny / Black (short)