Aasa Ersmark’s photographic animation presents the psychotic experience of existing simultaneously within several points in time. Different phases of the moon flicker in front of our eyes, as the haunting pulsation of music by Simon Mullan and Theodore Trottner builds the sensation of being out of control. Ersmark invites you into the realm of the uncanny, where even the concept of time appears as a mythical entity.
Screening in Shorts Program: Let There Be Light: The Cycle of Life
AASA ERSMARK was born in Stockholm in 1981 and graduated from that city’s Royal Institute of Arts in 2009. Her previous short films include Volcano, Casting and Saturn.