WANDERWELLE & FLOOR VAN HET NEDEREND PRESENT
Starting November 4th we’ll screen a selection of five films – including LAB-favorites Mulholland Drive, Stalker and The Lighthouse – that inspired music collective Wanderwelle and graphic artist Floor van het Nederend in the creation of their graphic novel De Duizendpoot (released this October 29th by Concerto Recordstore). This film program will subsequently serve as inspiration for a newly created print by Floor van het Nederend, available through our webshop soon…
A seismologist awakens on a seemingly uninhabited island somewhere in the Japanese Sea. He investigates mysterious tremors that disrupt his sleep, while battling his demons.
Recollections of a pitch-black dog and subterranean pains forced him to leave his home and family behind. Like a centipede, an unanswered question of guilt crawls into the most battered caverns of his subconscious. This new, isolated existence makes reality and figments of his imagination fuse. What follows is a hallucinogenic hike in which the seismologist encounters his own consciousness, blood-red glows, animal incarnations and other inexplicable phenomena. Everything he witnesses seems to be directly connected to the torn world that he is so eager to escape. Or is it all just the fabrication of a man whose mental state is deteriorating with every step he takes?
Wanderwelle (1993) is een collectief bestaande uit Alexander Bartels en Phil van Dulm die bekend staan om hun elektroakoestische composities en voorstellingen in binnenen buitenland. Met De duizendpoot debuteert het duo als scenarioschrijvers. Later dit jaar verschijnt hun vijfde studioalbum op het prestigieuze, Amerikaanse label Important Records.