Marco Brambilla

Sync

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Sync is Brambilla’s first sampled video work which features three tightly edited sequences of film clips taken from fight scenes, sex scenes, as well as audience reactions from an archive of films. Running at up to 12 individual shots per second and projected on three suspended screens, the installation puts the viewer in a video crossfire; building violently to a state of sensory overload. Sync is a reflection of the rising threshold to graphic sex and brutality in contemporary popular culture and film.

 

Sync, 2005
Three-channel video
Color, sound
01:43 min., loop

Private Collection, Houston
Collection Metronome Foundation for Contemporary Art, Barcelona

Exhibitions
Love in the USA, Louis T. Blouin Foundation, London [curated by Brooke Lynn McGowan], 2008
I Like to Watch, The Canal Chapter, New York, 2007
Sync, Cohan and Leslie Gallery, New York, 2006
Sync, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, 2006
Sync, Artcore/Fabrice Marcolini, Toronto, 2006
Destricted, with Marina Abramovic, Matthew Barney, Larry Clark, Gasper Noé, Richard Prince, and Sam Taylor-Wood, 2006
Destricted, 45th International Critics’ Week, Special Screenings: Feature Films, Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, 2006