“Fire On Air”Portugal, 2018, film still, 4K, cinemascope, color

“Fire On Air” Iceland, 2018, film still, 4K, cinemascope, color,

camera/montage Christin Berg

FIRE ON AIR

Episode I-III

Director, Script: Christin Berg

Camera: Jakob Stark


Digital video, 16mm film
in production

the project is kindly supported by European Travel Grant, Nes Artist Residency

and Mecklenburg Vorpommern-Travel Grant

SYNOPSIS

In this lm project, the focus is on walking and the walking wanderlust staged as a physical, social and political act, an essay lm that combines elements of experimental and artistic documenta- ry lms. The narration of FOA is designed as a trilogy. In this trisection we meet a child, a young woman and an elderly lady. A document of a life plan of a woman in Europe. Each self-contained episode presents the selfsame character in three stages of life in varying social environment and landscape, as well as the physical and physical change associated with their movement. The production is based on an intensive examination of the natural habitat forest. The lm trilogy examines the ideological and confrontational interweaving of consciousness and irra- tional being. We accompany the lifelong journey of the leading actress, who is in search of origin; Resistant and baring, facing confrontation, memory, myths and realities. The rst ep- isode is based in the landscape of Iceland. The second episode takes place in Mecklenburg Vorpommern, the chalk coast, int beaches and centuries-old beech forests. The third episode leads to Portugal, the coastline with sacred cork oaks and the rich vegetation of Alentejo.

An investigation of walking and climbing landscapes. A vagabond. Every word a sword, every step a beat. Colors like steel blue, polar silver, slate, in the blinding light, gray shade, in the urozierendem Green is the basic cipher, a translation from everyday manners into the mystical and rather merciless area of nature. Not mathematically scienti c, but archaic traditional, a form of narration emerges, a theory of the nature-human relationship, aggregate states of the soul worlds during the explo- ration of a parallel society form. Nomadism as the de ning source of our human development and the associated problem of the con ict between sedentary and researcher urge.