PLUG Collective (Enrique Franco, Eliana Corredor and Joaquín Llorca) / Colombia
It presents the particular relationship between Cali cinematography and vampire cinema. Why this reiterated inclination towards a tropical gothic cinema? The question is elaborated in a kind of performance that builds a meta-narrative from fragments linked thanks to technology. In this way, the wide and suggestive semantic degree of the concept "vampirism" is approached from pieces of films and sound clichés that are mixed at the moment with music and live camera. The piece seeks to transcend the mere visual game starting from a cinematography that had a meaning in the national context and that serves as a leitmotiv to structure the various proposed stories. In the same way, it traces a path back to the performative origins of the cinematograph, which in this case extends to the public who is invited to participate due to the work of technology.