MOUNT ANANEA (5853) (2015)

Video installation HD video transferred to 16mm, color, silent, 20 min. loop; two turntables, two vinyl records, two headphone sets, Portugal/Peru
In collaboration with Bruno Moreira, Norberto Lobo, João Lobo
Production: O Som e a Fúria, Fundação de Serralves – Museu de Arte Contemporânea
Support: Screen, Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Bogliasco Foundation, Bikini, Yaddo, DAAD Artists-in-Berlin, Fundação Serralves – Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
Video Installation Edition: QUARCO – Quartel de Arte Contemporânea de Abrantes – Coleção Figueiredo Ribeiro, Portugal

Produced with materials collected during the production of Eldorado XXI
Development support: DocStation 2014 Berlinale, Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Yaddo, Bogliasco Foundation, Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, Critical Media Practice – Workshop (WIP), Harvard University
Support: ICA – Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual, CNC – Centre National du Cinéma, EURIMAGES – Counsil of Europe

A haunting and mysterious ethnographic reality cut-up, where a continuous flux of miners and peasants conflict in the darkness, vanishing in the out-of-frame.

It was produced for the exhibition Salomé Lamas: Parafiction at Serralves Museum, Porto (20 February – 3 May 2015)

Serralves Museum

MOUNT ANANEA (5853) (2015)

Record: 310 x 309 MM, 140g, 2 tracks. with inner booklet, Portugal Language: Spanish, English, Portuguese
Sound: Bruno Moreira, Norberto Lobo, João Lobo, Salomé Lamas
Design: Catarina Lee
Production and distribution: Lamaland, Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art
Printing: Gráfica Maiadouro
Pressing plant: Record Industry
Support: Fundação Serralves

Mount Ananea (5853) is a project by filmmaker and artist Salomé Lamas produced by O Som e a Fúria in collaboration with the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Portugal.

It was produced to accompany the exhibition Salomé Lamas: Parafiction at Serralves Museum, Porto (20 February – 3 May 2015)

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