I am not going to cry - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur

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I am not going to cry

I am not going to cry

Drawing and architecture coalesce in this short animation film, in which a city is built and demolished, then rebuilt, and so on – even as waves crash. A film about transience and temporariness, with an imploring, Laurie Anderson-like voice-over and cheerful shapes and colours reminiscent of De Stijl. Even so, I am not going to cry is unsettling. Małgorzata Maria Olchowska clearly had the war in Ukraine and the recent major earthquakes in Turkey in mind.

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    Drawing and architecture coalesce in this short animation film, in which a city is built and demolished, then rebuilt, and so on – even as waves crash. A film about transience and temporariness, with an imploring, Laurie Anderson-like voice-over and cheerful shapes and colours reminiscent of De Stijl. Even so, I am not going to cry is unsettling. Małgorzata Maria Olchowska clearly had the war in Ukraine and the recent major earthquakes in Turkey in mind.

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    film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024