Ulrike Kaiser, Munich, April 2013

Films and objects from or to the experimental film “ENZYKLOP”.

The experimental film “ENZYKLOP” tells the story of our world: the studio serves as a (world) space in which the story of creation unfolds completely freely and associatively.

In the experimental film, all analog animation techniques are used: a wide variety of materials such as sand, water, wood and grease are set in motion, as are numerous quotations from art history. The individual film image stands for the precious fleeting moment. Thus the film is also a declaration of love to the power of nature and art and can be understood as a counter-draft to the digital age.