1981-1990ExperimentalGunvor NelsonSweden

Gunvor Nelson – Frame Line (1983)

FRAME LINE is a collage film in black and white. Glimpses (both visual and audial) of Stockholm, people, gestures, flags and the Swedish national anthem appear through drawings, paintings and cut-outs. It is a film with an eerie flow between the ugly and the beautiful about returning, about roots and also about reshaping.

“Distilled bits of psyche break from the assemblage to skitter across struggling places seeking niches and forming patterns with careening desperation …. FRAME LINE takes advantage to radically ignore any limits of emotional expression. Without excuses, or so much as even a token glance back, FRAME LINE at once sets standards that put to rest that silly notion ‘the tradition of the Avant-Garde.'” – Rock Ross, Reversal

325MB | 21m 49s | 720×556 | mkv



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