takes place between viewer and image by means of a projective imagination.
The work linebirds by Susanne Schuricht shows a surface
divided into equal rectangles. Each of the rectangles displays the same
film. The film is played asynchronously, which means that each individual
film sequence begins marginally earlier or later than the others. As the
film continues the impressions start to merge, constituting a moving pattern
configuration. A closure used for plastic bags, a piece of wire, covered
with black and white plastics we perceive as shadows, a black and a white
line in slow and fast movements, dividing space, communicating. They remind
moving birds, curtains, paper – but never reveal their origin –
and finally dissolve into blankness. linebirds is inspired by the Japanese
expression “ma”. linebirds is the more abstract and tranquil
answer to the former very lively and organic video work called finalklein.
It is based on the same structure like finalklein.