An uncontacted tribe | 2022
Experimental Film, Full HD, 16:9, Color, 5.1.20 min.
Screening: Projection/ Installation: Korean Paper, Wood
An uncontacted tribe is an experimental film that undertakes a ritual journey to endangered faunas combining dance, 3D graphic animation, and sound. Following the concept of the "Transboundary protected area ", the DMZ (the Korean Demilitarised Zone between South Korea and North Korea) becomes an “unexpected paradise” for endangered animals. The shaman is possessed by the spirit of a red-crowned crane, a central symbol in Korean culture. The spirit invites us on a magical flight to experience unexplored territory beyond our physical limits. The film is presented surrounded by paper installations.
Narration script: Link
Directed and Written by Hanna Noh Dance and Choreography: Minseong Seo Voiceover: Jan Williams Camera: Rikisaburo Sato/ Camera Assistant: Sara Amir Salem, Sebastian Jaimes Light: Sebastian Jaimes, Jonas Burlage Costume design: Charlotte Morache VFX: Jiha Jeon 3D graphic design: Jiha Jeon, Hanna Noh Color grading: Fabiana Cardalda, Jiha Jeon Music and Sound design: Pedro Ramírez Sound Mixing: Judith Nordbrock Title/ Ending credit/ Poster design: N&MS Production management: Petra Clemens Accounting: Renate Voget
Production of Academy of Media Arts Cologne
Supported by Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Koreanisches Kulturzentrum, and NRW Kultursekreteriat
© 2022 KHM/ Hanna Noh
Exhibition view,HD, 16:9, Color, stereo, 1min14sec