GREEN | RED
PETER BURR • 10m
A pixelated voyage within a labyrinth of alienation and decay. Our eyes flicker to life and we are thrown into a shape-shifting world where the sidewalks are endless, the radio is playing electric and the night-sky’s broken open by a cataclysm of shuddering stars. Here we channel the Zone in a flow of primordial color, space and decay.
GREEN | RED premiered as a one-night installation under the Manhattan Bridge in New York City, commissioned by the Brooklyn Arts Council. The single-channel version premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2014 and has since screened many times worldwide.
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