Viscera: Autopsy of a (Non)Human Body

Viscera: Autopsy of a (Non)Human Body

Viscera: Autopsy of a (non)human body is an experimental dance film by Celina Liesegang (Producer/Choreographer) and Arturo Bandinelli (Director), exploring the relationship between time,
memory and trauma.
Like a decaying body; you look and see just the remains… a shell… a worn, corroded entity. But in this autopsy of a once grand Hotel, we catch a glimpse of the past, faded memories, blurry details.
Much like how an autopsy reveals the history of a person’s life, here in the hotel, every room is dissected like an organ. In the past each room had its own function, but as living took its toll, it soon
became a storage place for lost memories.
Shot in an abandoned Hotel in the middle of the Atlantic, Viscera oscillates between clear defined choreography and abstract movement to offer a viscerally moving, and at times disconcerting
encounter with that which cannot be put into words.

United Kingdom

European Experimental Film

Runtime 00:12:52

Directed by
Arturo Bandinelli