Quiet, Disquiet (In Search of Tarkovsky, Vol. 1) - 2014
Andrei Tarkovsky's films have always impressed me a lot since I had seen Solaris and Stalker back in the day. The way he placed his protagonists in the scenes is unique - and bold. An in-depth analysis can be found in Geoff Dyer's remarkable book Zona, where the author takes a dive into the (visual) language of Stalker.
Together with Christian Harting, I wanted to recreate the mood of those classic existentialist movies of the Russian avantgardist and take it one step further - into a modern environment of calmness and decay.
Produced with classic FP 4 film and a Fuji GX 680 II. Scanned from the negatives.