where Parer Place Urban Screens
when 9 - 29 June
time 6.30 - 9.30pm Nightly
In 2006, Australian director Shaun Wilson visited the Romanesque-Gothic St. Michael's church in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, encountering 51 medieval religious paintings. After painstakingly copying each artwork into a small travel notebook, Shaun reconstructed each painting through video using a series of actors and friends in locations of historical significance. Filmed between 2006-2013 in Germany, Australia and the UK, those images now form a unique blend of artistic beauty and cinematic stillness. 51 paintings gives insight into the aesthetic world of slow cinema, and is the first in a pentalogy of slow cinema films by the filmmaker.
Director Shaun Wilson
Producers Tammy Honey, Pearl Wilson, Claire Tao, Jeff Malpas, Shaun Wilson
Courtesy the artist
The Parer Place Urban Screens present an innovative outdoor projection exhibition series celebrating the moving image in all its forms - film, television, games, new media, animation and art. The Urban Screens are solely dedicated to providing a digital canvas for emerging or experimental artists, with artworks animating the bold architecture of QUT's Creative Industries Precinct each night at dusk.